February 28, 2007

PROFESSOR BAINBRIDGE: “The law reviews have made a hash of the manuscript submission process, which once more raises the question of why legal scholarship remains dependent on the whims of twenty-something second and third year law students. Personally, I plan to stick to books and symposia articles until the law reviews get together and coordinate their requirements.”

I’ve been hearing that kind of thing from a lot of people lately. And it may be one of the pressures on faculty scholarship to evolve beyond the traditional law-review forms. (Via Larry Solum).