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What does DLJ stand for?

DLJ stands for Duke Law Journal (Duke University; North Carolina)

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Lanctot, who is also the author of the Duke Law Journal article "Attorney-Client Relationships in Cyberspace: The Peril and the Promise," suggests using online services to research what a draft should look like and then consulting a lawyer afterward with the draft in hand.
Yet as Andrew Weiler points out in a 1993 note in the Duke Law Journal, today's Court virtually rubber-stamps retroactivity in economic legislation, reviewing such enactments under a standard so lax that it has struck down no such laws on due process grounds since the 1930s.
org), a free, online magazine featuring articles based on legal scholarship published in the print editions of seven participating law reviews: Stanford Law Review, New York University Law Review, Cornell Law Review, Duke Law Journal, Georgetown Law Journal, Northwestern Law Review, and University of Chicago Law Review.