It's that time again — we're ready to look back at trending topics in legal scholarship throughout the year. This blog post highlights the 25 most-used keywords for articles accepted via Scholastica in 2023 (January 1st to present) and some notable new and forthcoming related pieces.
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Wondering what topics legal scholars have been focusing on this year? In this blog post, we highlight the 25 most-used keywords for articles accepted via Scholastica from January 1st, 2022, to present and some notable pieces related to those topics.
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