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March 31, 2010


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Steven Lubet

These trends come and go. For awhile, single word titles were in vogue. Then it was questions. Then it was gerund phrases. But the venerable "title:subtitle" is the most durable of them all.

Gregory McNeal

I can confirm this rumor as of a few cycles ago, at least for one journal--- An editor on the Northwestern Law Review told me during the Spring cycle of 2008 that they were trying to get away from the title:subtitle format. It didn't affect publication of my piece, but they did request I reword the title which I was happy to do.

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