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. . . to the highly amusing parody Anonymous Articles Editors. My favorite line:
Legal history has its place, but you will be fighting a very large uphill battle in submitting a piece that has few to none prospective and/or normative conclusions.
What will Mary Dudziak say?
Posted by Lawrence Solum on March 20, 2008 at 08:13 AM | Permalink
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