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Stanford Law Review's Senior Articles Editor Karen Ding discusses why they chose to move to Scholastica's submission and article selection system to improve their editorial workflows and author experience.
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Incoming and outgoing board members of Illinois Law Review describe how they worked together to publish an online symposium in less than 2 months.
Northwestern University Law Review discusses their survey of the President-Elect's supreme court nomination short-list.
American Criminal Law Review's Chief Strategy Editor shares how his team approached the redesign of their publication's online presence.
One law review shares how and why they made their contribution to advancing legal discourse online: NYU Law Review's 'The Merrick Garland Project'
A former EIC reflects on his law review tenure.
Editors from Vermont Law Review share their symposium-planning experience.
Editors from Buffalo Law Review share how they are organizing their annual symposia.