It’s been out for less than two weeks, but the Brandeis Law Journal has already been cleaned off the shelves. Fear not, though, because you can still get one by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. All Brandeis students can get a copy for free, but non-students have to pay $4.95. Get one! Read your fellow students’ work! I’ve read some of it, and it’s actually pretty interesting — more discussion to come over the summer.
Judah Marans’s complete (but slightly dated) press release is below the fold.
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Many people didn’t think it would happen. They thought it was crazy. But it’s real. We have a Brandeis Undergraduate Law Journal, and it’s here because of the undeniable hard work and tenacity of Judah Marans. Innermost Parts contributor Nathan Robinson wrote a thing for it, and so did respected Professor Gaskin, among others.
The details (in an email I got):
The Brandeis Law Journal is happy to announce the release of its inaugural issue this Wednesday, May 5th. One of the few undergraduate law publications in the country, the journal will include an introduction by University President Jehuda Reinharz, a foreword from renowned Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, a piece by Professor Richard Gaskins, and numerous contributions from the students, faculty, and staff at Brandeis. The issue is free for Brandeis students; to reserve a copy e-mail email@example.com.
Have a great week!
They’ll be handing out copies outside Usdan tomorrow morning.