: The Blawgraphy
Life of a Law Student, University of Houston Law Center

Please note: I'm no longer updating this particular blog, but keep it around for archival purposes. Visit me at the current blog at

Just Doing My Part to Deforest the Earth…

By: Luke Gilman | Other Posts by
Go to Comments | Be the First to Comment


Our bound copies of all the issues we worked on at the Houston Law Review arrived today. Although I still love to hit the stacks in the library, I cannot remember the last time I went down there for a journal article. Grabbing it off of HeinOnline and SSRN are just too easy, searchable PDFs of the same pages far too convenient.

So I am now the proud owner of 3,343 pages of neatly bound legal analysis, which if I read at all, will far more likely be on my computer than in these tomes sitting on the shelf behind me. The Durham Statement is starting to make more and more sense by the day. See my previous post The Situation of Law Reviews: May You Cite Check in Interesting Times.

Well, at least they look nice.

Bookmark this Page:
  • digg
  • Furl
  • Ma.gnolia
  • Reddit
  • YahooMyWeb
  • e-mail
  • Facebook
  • Live
  • Slashdot
  • StumbleUpon

No related posts.

Related posts brought to you by Yet Another Related Posts Plugin.

Category: law review


Leave a Reply