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February 14, 2007

Still hoping for more Cunningham coverage

As noted here, the Texas Law Review has joined the club of leading law reviews with an on-line companion.  This one is called "See Also," and it has in the works some commentary about the Confrontation Clause.

As I explained in this post a few weeks ago, all the major journals with on-line companions  would seem perfectly suited to foster and facilitate a quick blast of much-needed Cunningham analysis and commentary from scholars and practitioners.  To date, I have not heard any news about special Cunningham coverage in the works anywhere, which could lead me to jump on the nascent anti-supplement bandwagon.

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