March 16, 2007
Law Review Editors Take Note
In Law Review Editing: Some Suggestions for Reform, Concurring Opinions blogger Dan Solove identifies two of the silliest rules and practices of law review editing:
- that nearly all cites need to have a parenthetical containing descriptive text; and
- that nearly every proposition in the article be footnoted.
Law review editors take note! Don't neglect to read the comments to Solove's post. [JH]
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