The Dickinson Law Review is a student-run journal serving the legal community by presenting analysis and commentary on relevant topics. The law review publishes articles, essays, and book reviews by leading professors, judges, and practitioners from around the country and the world, as well as student-authored comments which provide timely and original analyses of recent legal developments. The editorial board also organizes symposia and hosts scholarly dialogues with authors to discuss forthcoming or recently published articles.
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Current Issue: Volume 122, Issue 3
Dickinson Law Review
Educating the New Lawyer: Teaching Lawyers to Offer Unbundled and Other Client-Centric Services
Forrest S. Mosten, Julie Macfarlane, and Elizabeth Potter Scully
The Limits of Pro Se Assistance in Immigration Proceedings: Discussion of NWIRP v. Sessions
Ryan D. Brunsink and Christina L. Powers
Washington’s Limited License Legal Technician Rule and Pathway to Expanded Access for Consumers
Stephen R. Crossland and Paula C. Littlewood