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June 8, 2005

Fantastic Columbia Law Review issue at a discount

In a number of prior posts (e.g., here and here), I have lavished deserved praise on the Columbia Law Review for its recent symposium "Sentencing: What's at Stake for the States?".  The kind folks at CLR were kind enough to send me an advance copy of its May issue with all the articles from the event.  I am truly awed and overwhelmed by all the great sentencing pieces to be found therein.  And today I received this thoughtful note from CLR's editor-in-chief:

I wanted to offer readers of your blog a discounted purchase price on copies of the issue.  Because this issue is about twice the size of our normal issues, we've set the price for the general public at $25 (including shipping and handling), but with the special blog order form [available for download below], readers of your blog can purchase individual copies at $20 a copy using the form.

Though I believe individual articles will eventually be made available on the CLR website, all true sentencing maniacs will want a copy of the full issue for effective beach reading. 

Download clr_sentencing_issue_form.pdf

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To most readers this isn't much of a discount, since they could download the whole puppy of WL or HOL.

Posted by: Roger | Jun 9, 2005 7:05:03 AM

Yes, you could print them all out, but I'd much rather read a bound volume than a huge stack of printer pages. And the bound volume looks much better on the shelf.

Posted by: true maniac | Jun 10, 2005 12:49:29 AM

Reports from the first day of the symposium:

http://expost.blogspot.com/2005/01/opening-remarks-from-sentencing-whats.html

http://expost.blogspot.com/2005/01/panel-1-prosecutorial-discretion-and.html

http://expost.blogspot.com/2005/01/panel-2-considerations-at-sentencing.html

http://expost.blogspot.com/2005/01/judge-pryors-keynote-address.html

Yes, that would be a keynote address by the recently-confirmed William Pryor.

Posted by: PG | Jun 13, 2005 1:34:53 PM

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