At this point, you have no choice but to bite the bullet and be on law review.
Because of my class rank, I was invited to write on to law review. I attended the candidate class, but ultimately decided not to submit a case comment. Imagine my surprise when I received a letter from the editor of law review stating that I had been accepted on to law review. I called the editor and informed her that I had not written a case comment. She checked with another board member and discovered that he had mixed up my name with someone else's. She thanked me for being honest and correcting the mistake, and I assumed that was the end of the matter. Today I recieved a letter from the dean's office congratulating me on making law review. I'm concerned that when school starts back, my name will be posted on the list of people who made law review and I'll have to explain to my friends/professors/anyone who tries to congratulate me that it was just a mistake. I made a decision not to write on to law review, I caught the LR board member's mistake, and yet I'm still stuck in a situation that I find uncomfortable. What should I do?