Penn State Law Review. Carlisle, PA: The Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University. Vols. 1 to 109 (1897-2005). Hardcover. Ex-library, very good. Fourteen (14) linear feet shelf space. Special $1,495. * Title varies: Vols. 1-12 (1897-1909) as The Forum; Title varies: Vols. 13-107 (1910-2003) as Dickinson Law Review; Vols. 108-109 Penn State Law Review. Founded in 1897, the law review published by The Dickinson School of Law is one of the oldest in the nation. The Penn State Law Review was published as the Dickinson Law Review until 2003, when the name of the publication was changed to reflect The Dickinson Law School's merger with Penn State University. The Penn State Law Review serves the legal profession and the community by presenting analysis and commentary on current legal topics. The Law Review is published four times annually. Recent editions have featured extensive discussions on such topics as attorney liability to estate beneficiaries, legal skills training, and the political question doctrine. The Law Review is held in high esteem in the legal community. Its articles and student-written comments often are cited in court opinions, legal journals, treatises, and casebooks.
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