Let me begin by congratulating the Marquette Law Review on reaching the threshold of its 100th anniversary. As you may know, Harvard established the first student-edited law review in 1887. Once the Harvard experiment was seen to be a success, other schools followed suit. Marquette was an early adopter, establishing its law review in 1916. By comparison, the school I attended, the University of Chicago, did not start a law review until 1933.
The title of my remarks could be “Will the Marquette Law Review Survive Another Hundred Years?” Or, perhaps, “Will the Marquette Law Review Survive Another Hundred Years, or Whenever Dean Kearney Steps Down As Dean, Whichever Comes First?” You will have to wait to the end for the answer.
Law | Legal Education | Legal Writing and Research
Thomas W. Merrill,
The Digital Revolution and the Future of Law Reviews,
Marq. L. Rev.
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