Wednesday, March 15, 2006

recommended reading

The latest issue of The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process is out, and it's just as useful and thought-provoking as previous issues.  Those past issues are available at the Journal's website.  The current issue can be found via the commercial legal databases or by contacting the Journal directly.  This journal is so good because, unlike most American law journals, it is peer-edited, i.e., edited by professors, not students.  (spl)

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