Law School Transparency recently released a powerful podcast mini-series titled Women in the Law. In this interview Olympia Duhart, one of the series producers, shares the details of the series, which aims to raise awareness of obstacles women in the legal profession face.
Guest contributor Cassandra Klusmeyer shares what all law reviews need to know about spotting, addressing, and, most importantly, preventing plagiarism based on her 2017 NCLR presentation.
It's that time of year again - law review boards are transitioning! Here are three things all new teams should do to quickly get acquainted with their internal editorial processes and determine which law review best practices their journal is and isn't already following.
Most top law reviews now accept submissions on Scholastica. Read on for a breakdown of where each law review accepts submissions.
Bob Zeidman, founder and president of Software Analysis and Forensic Engineering, discusses the growing role of software analysis tools in IP litigation and his work in the field.
Ashley Heidemann, Founder of JD Advising, LLC, shares some legal writing do's and don'ts that everyone needs to be reminded of sometimes.
Northwestern University Law Review discusses their survey of the President-Elect's supreme court nomination short-list.
How does participation in local elections affect Americans on a national scale? Can local voting rights trickle up to state and government elections? Joshua Douglas addresses these questions in a recent article.
The best way to help new editors get on track fast is to make a law review training plan. In this blog post we share steps you can take to start preparing a plan for your law review board transition.
Judith Koons, Professor at Barry University School of Law, assesses the nature of the horrific Pulse nightclub shooting and argues that the root of such violence lies in systemic failures of intersectional justice.