October 4, 2006
Yet another notable on-line law journal companion
Others in the blogosphere here and here have noted the announcement of the American Constitution Society's new affiliated journal, the Harvard Law & Policy Review (HL&PR). What I find most intriguing about this project is that it begins with the unveiling of HL&PR Online, which becomes yet another high-profile on-line companion to another high-profile law journal. Others in the booming genre (in order of appearance?) are:
- Yale Law Jounal's Pocket Part
- Harvard Law Review's Forum
- First Impressions (Michigan Law Review)
- PENNumbra (University of Pennsylvania Law Review)
CORRECTION: I received this "urgent correction" from friends in New Haven (which is now reflected in this list above):
I must request that you amend your recent [initial] post, which suggests that Harvard's Forum predates our beloved Pocket Part. Harvard's first posting is here; please observe that the URL clearly contains the date "dec05." Compare our first post; published two months earlier -- an eon in blog-time!
They may have beaten us to the punch in 1887, but we can't allow them to steal pride of place in 2005.
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It's worth noting that Yale's Pocket Part predates Harvard's Forum.
Posted by: Mike | Oct 5, 2006 11:20:45 AM
It's also worth noting that Yale's Pocket Part has changed its suggested citation format to follow Harvard's.
Abraham Bell & Gideon Parchomovsky, Of Property and Federalism, Yale L.J. (The Pocket Part), Oct. 2005, http://www.thepocketpart.org/2005/10/bell_parchomovsky.html.
Old and New Harvard:
Suggested citation: Richard A. Epstein, Why Parties and Powers Both Matter: A Separationist Response to Levinson and Pildes, 119 Harv. L. Rev. F. 210 (2006), http://www.harvardlawreview.org/forum/issues/119/june06/epstein.pdf.
Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl, The New Line Item Veto Proposal: This Time It’s Constitutional (Mostly), 116 Yale L.J. Pocket Part 84 (2006), http://www.thepocketpart.org/10/03/2006/bruhl.html.
Posted by: petty | Oct 6, 2006 4:25:14 PM
I believe the reason for the change in citations to The Pocket Part is that all Pocket Part content is now archived and available on LEXIS, and so this format makes retrieving pieces easier.
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