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  1. Matt says:

    One thing that might be useful is for Froomkin and similarly-minded academics to write a public-domain standard form of law journal publication agreement. I negotiated an agreement with a law review and had no idea whether what I was asking for was reasonable or “market” … so I ended up calling a couple of people who were MEs at my law review when I was in law school for advice (and for our law review’s form of contract). If authors had a standard form containing provisions that many journals actually agree to, that would be a good step toward convincing other journals to go along.

  2. Matt says:

    Ha, I should have read the rest of the Wiki. They already have several. Sorry.

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