Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Perry on Student-Edited Law Reviews

Posted by Alan Childress

Ronen Perry (Univ. of Haifa--Law) has posted to SSRN Law & Soc'y:  The Legal Profession an essay that seems not particularly about legal ethics but is included here because I like the title and his abstract is Peri_2 clever too.  The title is "De Jure [sic] Park" and his abstract is:

This Essay, solicited by the Connecticut Law Review for the inauguration of its online companion CONNtemplations, discusses the main structural deficiencies of student-edited general interest paper-based law reviews, namely that they are student-edited, general interest and paper-based.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_profession/2007/05/perry_on_studen.html

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