"Last Writes? Re-assessing the Law Review in the Age of Cyberspace" was the focus of Howard A. Denemark's article "The Death of Law Reviews Has Been Predicted: What Might Be Lost When the Last Law Review Shuts Down?", published in the Seton Hall Law Review (Volume 27, Winter 1996, 1-32).
"Last Writes?" was the subject of a Special Issue of the Akron Law Review (Volume 30, Winter 1996).
A print version of "Last Writes?" appeared in 71 New York University Law Review 615 (1996). Copies are available upon request.
"Last Writes?" was summarized in 5 Tilburg Foreign Law Review 299 (1996) [Tilburg University, THE NETHERLANDS]
"Last Writes?" was noted in an article entitled "Legal Scholarship and the Web" in the November 18, 1996 issue of the National Law Journal (at B12).
"Last Writes?" was featured as a "site worth visiting" in the June 1996 issue of the information services monthly Info to Go: The Professional's Guide to the Internet
"Last Writes?" was featured in the "Legal Newsstand" section of the June 1996 issue of The Internet Lawyer
"Last Writes?" was one of seven articles named as "Important Internet Essays on E-Journals" in Ann Okerson's Introduction to the Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters, and Academic Discussion Lists (6th ed., 1996).
"Last Writes?" was discussed in an article entitled "The Internet: A Whole New Way to Communicate" in the April 19, 1996 issue of The Colorado Journal.
"Last Writes?" was featured as a "Surf Site" in the March 1996 issue of the law and information technology newsletter legal.online.
"Last Writes?" was the subject of a brief story in the February 23, 1996 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education (at A41).