Lexington, KY – It’s hard to overstate how important the Lexington Law Review is.
It is the only law review in the country that publishes the full text of the state’s laws and provides timely commentary on current cases.
That makes it a useful resource for students, legal practitioners, and other interested readers.
But it is also an important source for readers interested in the state of Kentucky.
Here are a few tips on how to get to the best law review website for reading, research, and writing.1.
Go to the homepage2.
Choose an article or topic you want to read about3.
Make a selection for each section4.
Check the box to read the law review article(s) from the most recent issueYou’ll be able to pick a topic from a list of possible topics, and then the article will open.
For example, if you want the full, fully legal coverage of Kentucky’s law review law, you can select “Full Legal Coverage of Kentucky Law Review” and then read the entire law review from the Kentucky Supreme Court.
This is a great way to read articles and get to know the law reviews staff, since many are available for viewing.
Once you have a topic you like, just click on the “Go” button at the top of the page and it will open the article in your browser.
You can even use this feature to see the full law review coverage from other law reviews that are in the same county, which is useful for students looking to research law in the area.
If you’re reading an article that’s too long to read on your phone, you could use the “Read” button to go directly to the page on your screen.
You’ll then have the option to bookmark the page, which will open it automatically when you go to your computer.
You can also choose to read from the “Quick Read” or “Detailed” tab, which opens the article one page at a time and allows you to scroll through the coverage to find the articles you want.
If this is your first time reading a law review, you may need to refresh the page frequently.
The “Quick” option opens the full article in a new tab.
“Detailed,” on the other hand, opens a section of the article at a later date, but you can still access the entire article.
You may have to re-type some passages or use the back button to return to the previous page.2.
Pick your reading order3.
Set your reading preference4.
Make sure your browser’s “fast forward” and “fast next” buttons are turned onYou can change the order of the articles to suit your reading preferences.
The order is based on the number of words that cover each topic.
For instance, if your goal is to read a full review of the Kentucky Constitution, you’ll want to pick up “Lexington” first.
Then you can read “Lex” and the rest of the law’s coverage of the constitution.
If that’s your first reading, you will want to go through the Kentucky Revised Code first, followed by the Kentucky Code of Criminal Procedure.
The third and final article of each section will be a review of a specific crime.
You should also be familiar with the full legal coverage for each case.
If the article is too long, you should start with the “Full Law Coverage” option.
You then will need to scroll down to the end of the full section to read that article.
It may take a little while to finish reading the full coverage, but it can be helpful if you are a bit lost.
For more information on the Kentucky Law review, visit www.lexingtonlawreview.com.