Washington Law Review

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Washington Survey




With this issue the editors of the Washington Law Review introduce the Washington Survey. The Survey contains short pieces on Washington cases and topics, written primarily by Review members who have already written a Review piece. Because the case notes are short and are written by experienced members, we are able to publish Survey case notes within six months of a decision. The Washington Survey serves two main purposes. First, it increases the opportunity for students to write Review pieces. Second, it allows us to continue to address local law even while the focus of the Review shifts to topics of national interest. We hope that our readers with a special interest in Washington law willfind the Survey useful.

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