Articles Tagged with Law reviews

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Of course they do! They have had the most time to “ripen,” so to speak. You can see the full list of the Most-Cited in All of Time and links at Gallagher Blogs.

For even more summer reading, make sure you also read the article’s lists of the” Most-Cited Law Review Articles of Recent Years (Five Most-Cited Articles by Year of Publication for Each Year from 1990 to 2009),” compiled by Fred R. Shapiro.

Thank you to Gallagher Blogs: Cite-Seeing for the nice blog post and the tip.

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Gallagher Blogs on June 23, 2010, takes us to this article, which caught my eye because I comment often on how few state law school law reviews publish useful articles anymore on their own state’s laws. There was a time when you could go to them, the law reviews, for excellent case or statute histories. It’s a rare thing now. Many of the law review requests we get now are for articles written 30 years (or more) ago. (Thank heavens for our HeinOnline subscription (and their blog).)

Law Professor Slams Law Reviews for Impracticality

The Wit, Wisdom, and Worthlessness of Law Reviews,” by Gerald F. Uelmen, June 2010: