Housed in the Nebraska Law Review office are artifacts that trace the first one hundred years of the Law Review; no, we are not referring to the coffee maker or refrigerator, though it certainly seems as if the coffee maker’s maiden brew was in 1922. Rather, the Law Review office is home to the first one hundred volumes of the Nebraska Law Review. Despite the volumes’ deserved patina and deteriorating bindings, the words printed over the tens of thousands of pages remain largely timeless. For these first one hundred years of the Law Review’s existence, its pages have been dedicated to the rigors of legal analysis with a commitment to our readers to never steer away from the complex issues of the day. The editors of this 100th volume of the Nebraska Law Review can say without trepidation that the next one hundred years of the Law Review will maintain a similar adherence to the growth of the law both in Nebraska and across the country.
Alicia Christensen and Sam Colwell,
One Hundred Years of the Nebraska Law Review,
100 Neb. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol100/iss4/2