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November 14, 2006

HLR Supreme Court issue on-line

In now see that the yearly Supreme Court issue of the Harvard Law Review is now available here.  This year's Foreword, written by Frederick Schauer, looks quite intriguing as it explores the fact that "neither constitutional decisionmaking nor Supreme Court adjudication occupies a substantial portion of the nation's policy agenda or the public's interest."  In addition, it appears that nearly every major criminal law case of last term gets coverage by the student commentary in the issue.

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