The Houston Law Review is pleased to announce our new online publication, HLRe. This new online journal is more than an extension of our printed publication: HLRe will focus on the practical side of lawyering and feature articles and essays on practical legal topics. The goal of HLRe is to present articles that are useful to current and upcoming practitioners.
Our first issue is scheduled for publication in February, 2011. It will feature a spotlight piece on Judge Gray Miller, and articles by two prominent Houston area attorneys. Still Room for Improvement: Assisting the Trier-of-Fact in the 2nd Decade of Daubert, co-authored by Sofia Adrogué of Looper Reed & McGraw and Alan Ratliff of the StoneTurn Group, analyzes recent expert witness jurisprudence. The Consequences of the Vanishing Trial: Does Anyone Really Care? by David Beck of Beck Redden & Secrest reflects on the plight of the jury trial in light of economic pressures and modern trends favoring settlement and arbitration.
HLRe provides an opportunity for practitioners to share knowledge and insight with the legal community, while at the same time supporting Houston Law Review. For more information, see the HLRe submissions information or email the Chief HLRe Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.