Success: California Law Review Drops Foolish Rules
For fun, I checked the website of the CLR today, and found that the offending rules (#4, no images or graphics; and #5, only five charts/graphs/tables allowed) were gone. Way to go, anonymous California Law Review student editors!
Next target: the Yale Law Journal’s incomprehensible policy on replication, which, as Katie Porter pointed out, seems to require authors to send YLJ a copy of STATA/SPSS with their submission. Query: has anyone actually complied with this rule? If so, did you pay for an extra program license?