The Book-Binding Project is a service that the Houston Law Review offers for its respected alumni. At year’s end, the new Managing Editor oversees the binding of the outgoing board’s issues. These issues are bound by volume in a Cougar-proud red hardcover. On the spine is inscribed in gold the member’s year and editorial position. For this project, the Houston Law Review works with Heckmen Bindery; they do great work and do it a very reasonable price. The price for the 2006-2007 term was approximately $130 for the binding of both volumes. This covers the bindery charge, shipping to the bindery, and shipping to the members. The whole binding process takes between six and eight weeks to complete.
However, this service is not limited to recent graduates. Any previous Houston Law Review alumnus can contact the current Managing Editor and request the binding of their volumes. The Managing Editor has extra order forms that can be filled out to match the desires of the alumnus. Any alumnus requesting this service needs to, after talking with the Managing Editor, mail their issues to the Houston Law Review so that they can be collated and prepped for binding. If you are missing any issue, there is a $4 replacement charge, based on availability. The Managing Editor will contact you if there are any problems concerning availability of archived issues. Please feel free to contact the Managing Editor if you would like to take advantage of this wonderful service.
Board 44 Project Update: FINISHED – bound volumes mailed to members
Other Alumni Update: FINISHED – bound volumes mailed to alumni