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October 13, 2006

Northwestern University Law Review starting a blog

Continuing a rapid on-line scholarship revolution, Northwestern University Law Review has announced here that it is starting the "first scholarly weblog to be operated by a major law review [which] will feature legal commentary written in the form of blog posts."  This project is being called the Northwestern Colloquy, and it is an intriguing variation on the high-profile on-line companions that have been developed by other high-profile law journals (as discussed here).

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