John Elwood has posted a link to the end-of-term recap that he wrote for the Green Bag. As Elwood points out, the article is available for “a price commensurate with its worth.”

I’ve probably said it before but I’ll say it again: I’m a big fan of the Green Bag and I’d recommend it to anyone who is a law nerd or aspires to be one. If you’re more into the political side of things, you can check out the FantasyLaw website here. Registration for the new season starts in a few months.


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