The Nebraska Law Review has seldom confined an entire issue to analyzing only one area of the law. Occasionally, however, the Review deems it desirable to cast aside this policy. The Nebraska Workmen's Compensation Law was enacted in 1913 and has undergone little change since its inception. The amount of litigation interpreting the act has been extensive, and numerous problems are still left unanswered. As Nebraska has become more industrialized, attorneys have found that a substantial amount of their time is devoted to compensation problems. For this reason, and because of recent trends elsewhere, the Review is devoting the first issue of volume 41 to a symposium on workmen's compensation. Other articles and future issues are also announced.
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