Good Reading, No Footnotes
The Stanford Law Review is featured in an article in The National Law Journal about The Legal Workshop(www.legalworkshop.org), a Web magazine launched by the Stanford Law Review and several other top law reviews:
Launched last week, the site includes user-friendly versions of articles that appear in seven different law reviews, including Stanford Law Review, New York University Law Review, Cornell Law Review, Duke Law Journal, Georgetown Law Review, Northwestern Law Review and University of Chicago Law Review. Other top law schools also are seeking to participate in the project, according to organizers.
The idea for the site came about in 2006, when student editors were looking for ways to make their law reviews resonate online, according to former Stanford Law Review President Edelheit Ross. At the time, editors at Stanford Law Review envisioned a Web magazine that included content from a number of top law reviews.