Complaining about the law journal publishing system is an age-old tradition among the professoriate. Some people take umbrage with the student-run nature of the process, while others bemoan the often chaotic way that law review articles are submitted and accepted for publication. Some people hate both.

So it shouldn’t surprise anyone that a new draft proposal on reforming the law journal process from the Association of American Law Schools section on scholarship is generating lots of early buzz.

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