South Carolina Law Review tries out peer review selection process
July 29, 2008 at 2:09 PM
The South Carolina Law Review, a publication of the University of South Carolina, has announced plans to experiment with a new peer review program to select law review articles. The announcement claims that "[b]ecause we believe the current system of legal scholarship publication may be improved by changing how articles are selected, our Pilot Program will explore the feasibility of article selection through peer review in the context of a major, general interest law review."
Peer Review Pilot Program -- South Carolina Law Review
South Carolina Law Review trying to institute "peer review" -- Brian Leiter's Law School Reports