The Docket is an online extension of the Buffalo Law Review designed to promote scholarly legal discourse. To that end, the Editorial Board of the Buffalo Law Review invites members of the legal community to submit short responses to articles recently published in the Review. In addition to showcasing such response pieces, The Docket provides a platform for authors to respond to pieces published in other journals, or to publish shorter original works, such as essays. By extending the dialogue beyond the four corners of our printed pages, we hope that The Docket will serve as a platform for furthering legal discussion. Responses selected for publication will be professionally edited by the staff of the Buffalo Law Review and permanently available on our website.

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Submissions from 2016

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Linking Law and Life: Justice Sotomayor’s Judicial Voice, Laura Krugman Ray

Submissions from 2015

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To Protect the Shield: Combatting Domestic Violence in the NFL, Helen A. Drew

Submissions from 2012

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Commentary: Pleau-Sharing, Jonah J. Horwitz

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Meaningful Information, Meaningful Retention, Jordan M. Singer

Submissions from 2010

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Pedagogy and Critique: Values and Assumptions in the Law School Classroom, Richard Michael Fischl

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New York's Inbred Judiciary: Pathologies of Nomination and Appointment of Court of Appeals Judges, James A. Gardner