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April 10, 2005

How to get onto Law Review

Although it may come a little late for some, a little early for others, the 2005-2006 Managing Editor Executive Articles Editor (or Editor in Chief, or something; I'm not sure of her official title) of the Michigan Law Review discusses How to get onto Law Review. The short version? Follow the directions, silly. UPDATE: For a little perspective on whether Law Review is actually necessary, see The Numbers Game: A Team I Decline to Join at WonL. Of course, if you're interested in this topic, you should also check out the now classic Why Law Review Is A Waste of Time From Stay of Execution.

Posted by mowabb at April 10, 2005 11:12 PM

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Executive Articles Editor, actually. :)

Posted by: Heidi at April 11, 2005 07:20 AM

It's not fair to mention Sherry's classic "Why Law Review is a Waste of Time" without also pointing to Evan's response. And Beldar's take on the subject as well.

Posted by: -Dave! at April 13, 2005 12:34 AM