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Introduction to Law Journal Staff Work
Overview of Law Journal Staff Work
2Ls have two main tasks as members of a law journal staff. They cite-check and edit articles that are being published by the law journal, and they typically write a note or comment of publishable quality.
3Ls fill the senior editorial staff positions. They are responsible for reviewing and selecting articles for publication, managing the editing process, and assisting the 2Ls in writing notes and comments.
This Journal Staff Research Guide is intended to assist all law journal members while writing and editing.
Table of Contents
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- Overview of Law Journal Staff Work
- Table of Contents
- Contact Us
- Reference Books for Writing Journal Articles, Comments or Notes
- Tips on Finding and Selecting Topic for a Note, Comment or Law School Paper
- Articles on Writing Journal Articles, Comments or Notes
- Links to Resource Pages for doing a Preemption Check
- The What, Why and How of a Preemption Check
- Additional Information
- What's In the Law Library
- Links for Looking Beyond the Law Library to Find Reference Materials
- Links to Resources for Cite and Source Work
- Overview of Cite and Source Work
- Books about Academic Writing
- Articles about Writing a Note or Comment
- Books about Usage, Style and Editing of Legal Writing