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Online Companions to Law Reviews -- Fizz or Fizzle?

Online law review companions can take several forms (websites, blogs, forums, etc) for a number of purposes (publishing scholarship on topics that might not fit the editorial confines of the hardcopy review,  providing a means for responses and critiques of recently published articles, etc). On PrawfsBlawg, Scott Dodson (Arkansas) wonders about the value of online companions to law reviews. Do they?  Unfortunately, Dodson poses the question without surveying the landscape of this form of web communications.

Hat tip to Adjunct Law Prof Blog. [JH]

February 27, 2008 in Online Law Review Companions | Permalink


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