|1. "Dear Professor Rosenstein," Washington Lawyer,
December 2003, at 32-35,
reprinted in New Jersey Lawyer, February 2004, at 61-63;
"Filling the exam book: A letter, and a reprieve for a failing law student,"
Alaska Bar Rag, January-March 2004, at 6-7; "Laying down the blue
book blues may not be taxing" and "A promise kept, but with a caution to
remember," Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, April 20, 2004, at 6,
and April 30, 2004, at 5); Arizona Attorney, May 2004, at 18-21,
Milwaukee Bar Association Messenger, May 2004, at 3; Michigan Bar
Journal, May 2004, at 50-52 (formerly at http://www.michbar.org/journal/article.cfm?articleID=693&volumeID=54&viewType=archive
(Cincinnati Bar Association), June 2004, at 12-14; Nebraska Lawyer, June 2004, at 19-21,
Wyoming Lawyer, June 2004, at 28-31; "Dear Prof: No Paddle, No Hope,"
The Docket (Denver Bar Association) June 2004, at 1, 9, and 13,
http://www.denbar.org/docket/doc_articles.cfm?ArticleID=3772; Bench &
Bar of Minnesota, July 2004, at 30-31
See "From the editor," Arizona Attorney, May 2004, at 4,
"Finally, as the end of the law school year approaches, we provide a
story that may remind you of your days laboring over blue books.
Lawrence Savell tells a story that I hope none of you has ever
experienced personally, but all of us may have imagined."