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The website will be up as soon as I get at least 5 articles to upload.  I will do all the editing.  But, the articles should be as letter perfect (using either the Bluebook, ALWD, or Garner's Redbook) as possible.  This e-Law Review cannot be about my articles (  Input from other students is very important.  The ABA law school students have their own law reviews to contribute to. 

As we get more articles, other people can assume some of the editing tasks. 

This e-Law Review will be a database of articles in legal memorandum format. 


TO:  National Online Law Students' E-Law Review

FROM:  Your name, the name of your law school

RE:   Any legal issue of your choice


The memorandum discussion will be in the Issue, Rule, Analysis, Conclusion format. 

I chose this format for the articles because we all know how to write the Introduction, Body, Conclusion articles already. 

I have been thinking that the best way to get the ABA'S attention and respect is to show them what online law school students can do.  I think that our association should be an online law school students' e-law review.  This website will be a database of legal memoranda written by online law school students.  Your name and your school will be in the from block.  If you would like to submit articles, send me an email.  I will know whether or not I should start the website depending on how many people want to submit articles.  All students from any online law school are welcome.

Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Novus University School of Law
« on: September 28, 2011, 06:03:57 PM »
Wonderful information.  Thank you.

I do need to look into a seminar.  Thanks for the suggestion.

Thanks guys.  I am currently researching the ABA's heartburn with online law schools and the history of home schooling.  I should have a website up and running within 90 days.  My first mission is to get online law school students the respect they deserve.  And I need to find the most efficient way of making that happen.  I do know that it will start with a lot of us contacting someone or some group.

It will take 90 days to get started because I am enrolled in Mid-Atlantic.  I read the cases cited in the Gilberts volumes.  Each volume cites over 1000 cases.  I am also studying for the CLA exam.

I will post the link to the website sometime in late November.

I would like to form an organization by and for those of us who are studying law online.  I thought about a lobbyist organization that would give online law school students the same or similar recognition that home school students have. This organization would also give online law school students a sense of belonging, regardless of the school they are enrolled in.  What do the rest of you think?  Is this something you would be interested in joining?

Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Free Law Essential Program
« on: September 21, 2011, 08:07:51 PM »

Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Free Law Essential Program
« on: September 20, 2011, 05:49:10 AM »
Let me look into it.

Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Free Law Essential Program
« on: September 19, 2011, 02:17:43 AM »
Thanks.   I wish there was an organization for online law school students so that we could get together in our respective cities, regardless of which school we are enrolled in.  Then we would feel better about our goal.

Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Free Law Essential Program
« on: September 17, 2011, 12:47:56 AM »
I felt too disappointed.

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