Monday, April 28, 2008

Michigan Law Review's "Books" Issue in Decline?

That's the perception of Stephen Griffin (Tulane).  Mine too, I have to admit.

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» Is the Mich LR Books Issue in Decline? No. from PrawfsBlawg
Brian Leiter and Stephen Griffin appear to think it is. Methinks they doth protest too much. Griffin's complaint centers on the fact that in recent years a cluster of well-known con law theory books have not been reviewed:Consider some of the better co... [Read More]

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» In (Partial) Defense of the Michigan Books Issue, and of Book Reviews Generally from PrawfsBlawg
Stephen Griffin has an interesting post at Balkinization lamenting what he calls the sad decline of the Michigan Law Review's books issue. He argues that the review has recently ignored significant works in constitutional law and theory, while disdaini... [Read More]

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