50 UC Davis L. Rev. Online 1 (2017)

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        Foreword: 50 Volumes of the

               UC Davis Law Review

                          Kevin R. Johnson*

  Not  long  after UC  Davis  admitted its first entering class, seven
students with  faculty editor Professor Frank B. Baldwin  III in 1969
published the first volume of the U.C.D. Law Review.  The issue was
devoted  to Legal Control  of Water Pollution.  The  purchase price
was  $8.50, but  discounts were  available for sales of five or more
  The  introduction  to the first volume  of the  law review  read as
    In  planning  a  student  publication  for the  University  of
    California's newest  law school,  the faculty agreed  on  two
    principles: first, that law  review   experience  is valuable

    Copyright   2017 Kevin R. Johnson. Dean and Mabie-Apallas Professor of
Public Interest Law and Chicana/o Studies, University of California, Davis, School of
Law. I thank Sue Walther Jones, Publications Coordinator to the UC Davis Law
Review, for her research and editorial assistance, as well as serving as the institutional
memory of the law review for many years. For more on the history of the UC Davis
Law Review, see Sue Jones, 50 Years of the UC Davis Law Review, KING HALL
COUNSELOR  (UC   Davis), 2016,  at 34,  https://law.ucdavis.edu/publications-
broadcasts/files/Counselor20l6.pdf. That article includes a list of the Top Twenty-
Five Most Cited UC Davis Law Review Articles. Id. at 35.
   1 Symposium, Legal Control of Water Pollution, 1 UC DAVIs L. REV. i (1969). The
Law Review traditionally has had one or more faculty advisers for each volume.
Professor Brian Soucek is the faculty advisory for Volume 50.


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