Vanderbilt Law Review

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A Foreword to the Vanderbilt Law Review's New Section on Legislation


What all this portends for the law reviews, as the signal corps of the law, is a responsibility greater than any they have yet undertaken. Already some of them, though not nearly enough, are beginning to acquaint themselves and their readers with the legal problems emerging beyond the narrow range of appellate decisions. Already some of them have taken substantial first steps toward their new responsibility, proceeding from comments on statutory interpretation in appellate decisions to explications of significant new statutes to analysis of one so-called Model Code or another or even of those bills that by any other name would smell as model.