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« Exam completed, class finished | Main | Paula Abdul's odd behavior? »

April 20, 2005

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See Asian Pacific Law and Policy Journal of the University of Hawaii.

A. Rickey

Check out the metatags in the code. I think they left in one they shouldn't have. ;)

Stefanie

LOL! Someone should tell them! Maybe they stole the template from a septic service? Or a diaper service?

Kyle K.

... Not to mention professors don't get those oh-so-neat offprints to spread around to tenure committees and other faculty.

... and of course, any information from the journals would be inherently lacking in value, at least according to Mr. DeLay.

TigerHawk

The University of Southern California Law School just launched the entirely online Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy, in tandem with the philosophy department. More philosophy than law, although the editor is a law school professor.

class of 2002

Interesting, to see where this one will go. Seems like the first issue is more like a collection of essays and memoirs. Not that that's bad or anything, but what westlaw/lexis search terms will people use to locate them? Oh, and, I think everyone has unpleasant experiences in law school, not just lefties (at least I hope not).

The Angry Clam

UCLA Journal of Law and Technology.

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