2/22/2010

A study by a George Mason University School of Law professor found that the past 30 years have seen a serious drop-off in paid subscriptions to flagship law reviews. The well-known Harvard Law review, for example, saw a 77% drop in paid circulation between 1979 and 2009, from 8,760 to 2,029, according to Professor Ross E. Davies' findings.

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