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Student Law Review Articles With Legs

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It’s easy for law students to think of the articles they write for law review as necessary evils, grown-up book reports that demonstrate their research and writing ability to potential employers and justify the prestige-grab of law review. Eugene Volokh, whose excellent Legal Academic Writing will show up on any recommended reading list, is tracking down students whose student writing not only burnished the resume but has had an impact on legal thought as evidenced in citations in other academic work and the opinions of actual cases.

Volokh Conspiracy: Interview with Victor Cosentino, Author of a Very Successful Student Note

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