Shakespearean scholarship has been sadly neglected in American law reviews. State and local bar journals have somewhat made up for this lacunae with penetrating bits on Shakespearean performances at the Inns of Court, annotations suggesting cases that inspired dramatic flurries and the perennial and exhaustive efforts to prove Shakespeare a conveyancer, a committee or an imposter.
Edward J. Bander,
Shakespeare for the Law Student,
Duq. L. Rev.
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