Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Professor Barry Friedman has written a thoughtful article articulating what’s wrong with law reviews and especially the process for reviewing and editing submissions. I think most of us who write are well aware of the problems; he especially faults the rigid submission cycle.
What is the most interesting is his survey of law review editors regarding their perceptions and practices. He presents these results in a set of helpful charts at the end of the article.
You can access the article here.