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He was the editor-in-chief of the Duke Law Journal.
He received his JD from Duke University School of Law where he served on the Duke Law Journal and was selected as a member of the Order of the Coif.
In adopting Science Commons' Open Access Law Journal Principles, the University of La Verne Law Review joins elite publications such as the Duke Law Journal, the Texas Law Review and the Michigan Law Review in expressing its commitment to sharing legal knowledge.
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.
cum laude, from Duke University School of Law, where he served as executive editor of the Duke Law Journal.
He graduated with distinction from the Duke University Law School where he served as editor of the Duke Law Journal.
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.