Neil Hamilton sheds light on "The Law Faculty's Failure Regarding Student-Edited Law Reviews."

July 26, 2016

Holloran Center Director and St. Thomas Professor, Neil Hamilton, authored the paper "The Law Faculty's Failure Regarding Student-Edited Law Reviews." This paper posits that the discussion to date has missed the central reason that no other discipline in the United States has chosen to put its scholarly journals under the control of apprentices. Namely, that it is unethical for a peer-review profession to put apprentices in charge of important professional decision-making without reasonable proactive supervision by members of the profession who are fully credentialed. Read more of the paper here