Additional Experiments in Law Review Publishing

Additional Experiments in Law Review Publishing

More interesting experiments in law school law reviews…

The Faculty Lounge blog recently posted about a Florida Law Review article that included audio clips from Oyez. An increasing number of multimedia formats/files are being published with traditional journal articles (such as embedded multimedia files in electronic journals) in other disciplines such as the sciences and humanities. It will be interesting to see if this type of publishing will be become a trend in law journals, especially with so many journals experimenting with new formats.

The Vanderbilt Law Review has added a new feature to its recently developed online companion EnBanc. Its Roundtable “will host debates among legal academics and practitioners on notable cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.” The introductory essay is about Free Enterprise Fund v. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. See the Supreme Court website’s docket, SCOTUSWiki and the ABA’s Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases website for the latest activity and documents related to the case, such as the brief filed by the Respondent United States , by Solicitor General, former HLS Dean Elena Kagan. Oral arguments are slated for December 7th. Hat tip, PrawfsBlawg.

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