The American Bar Association has entered into an agreement with the University of Maryland School of Law to co-publish the Business Lawyer, a 47-year-old ABA journal with a circulation exceeding 60,000.
"It is by far the widest-circulating law review in the country," said Editor Richard M. Phillips, who is a partner with a Washington law firm. "What the Business Lawyer seeks from the law school is editorial assistance in editing the articles and in checking the accuracy of the various [legal] citations."
The school's involvement will go beyond that, said Mark Sargent, who teaches business law at Maryland's law school. The 40 students picked to work with the journal will also do