AULR Presents: My Favorite Law Review Article Video Series
In collaboration with Washington College of Law faculty and American University Law Review staff, we are proud to present a limited video series entitled “My Favorite Law Review Article.” Although oftentimes difficult to pinpoint, one’s “favorite” scholarly commentary or publication might be the one that made them aware of, or even become interested in, a certain field or subfield of law that convinced them that they are not alone in taking a certain position; that supported more clearly or forcefully a position towards which they were already inclined; that made them change their mind; that did not change their mind but made them take into account new and different arguments; that struck them as wonderfully written; that gave them an insight into one of their role models; or maybe some combination of the above.
We hope that this collaborative project brings legal thinkers together and initiates productive conversation about the legal community and how we can better understand each other’s points of view. In that vein, we invite contributions from current and alumni WCL members, faculty from other legal institutions, judges, legislatures, practitioners, regulators, and current law students.
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Name: Robert Dinerstein, WCL Professor of Law, Director of the Disability Rights Law Clinic
Favorite Law Review Article: Lucie E. White, Subordination, Rhetorical Survival Skills, and Sunday Shoes: Notes on the Hearing of Mrs. G., 38 Buffalo L. Rev 1 (1990)
Name: Walter Effross, WCL Professor of Corporate Law
Favorite Law Review Article: Elizabeth Warren, The Untenable Case for Repeal of Chapter 11, 102 Yale L.J. 437 (1992).