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41. Law Practice Management Section - American Bar Association - Welcome to our new web site! We've redesigned it with you in mind. If you're a regular visitor, you'll find that all of the resources you've come to depend on are even more accessible.
42. Law Review - This site provides Subscriptions, Editorial Board E-mail, Future Issures, Past Issues, Manuscript Submissions, and Other Tennessee Legal Links.
43. Law Review and International Law Journal - California Western School of Law - Law Review and International Law Journal provides California Western Law Review, International Law Review, and information on the school.
44. Law and Policy in International Business - Website providing information about Georgetown University Law Center and about the Journal, Law and Policy in International Business.
45. Legal Automation and Internet Review Newsletter - The staff of the Center for Computer-Based Legal Research of the Tarlton Law Library at the University of Texas at Austin School of Law are pleased to announce the availability of the newsletter "Legal Automation and Internet Review" (LAIR). LAIR serves to provide a weekly highlight of new or developing Internet legal resources and other news of interest to the legal community.
46. McGill Law Journal / Revue de droit de McGill - The McGill Law Journal is produced and published quarterly. The primary objectives of the Journal are to assist in the scholarly study of the law, to promote original research and understanding of the civil law and common law systems, and to provide a forum for critical analysis of both private and public law issues.
47. Michigan Journal of Gender & Law - The central mission of the Michigan Journal of Gender & Law is to create a feminist legal publication that will help expand and develop legal discourse beyond traditional boundaries. The Journal is dedicated to providing a forum for exploring how gender issues and related issues of race, class, sexual orientation, and culture impact the lives of women and men.
48. Michigan Journal of Law Reform - The Journal of Law Reform (JLR), founded in 1968, has published thousands of pages of legal writing focusing on the law as ithas changed and the law as it ought to be. The Journal publishes the work of prominent legal scholars.
49. Michigan Law & Policy Review - The Michigan Law & Policy Review provides a forum for second- and third-year law students to engage in scholarly thought,analysis, writing and review on a broad variety of emerging areas of law affecting national policy issues. MLPR is a student-runlaw review created during the summer of 1994 and scheduled for annual publication beginning January, 1996.
50. Michigan Law Review - The faculty accepted the proposal, and the Michigan Law Review began publication in 1902, making it the sixth oldest legal journal in the country. The Review originally was intended as a forum in which the faculty of the Law Department could publish its legal scholarship.
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