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The NORTH DAKOTA LAW REVIEW, along with the State Bar Association of North Dakota's Board of Governors, is pleased to announce its new subscription policy. To make each issue's content more valuable to you and to minimize our economic and environmental costs, each issue will now be provided to non-institutional subscribers (lawyers and law firms) in electronic form, unless you request to continue receiving the hard copy version.
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Starting with Volume 74, an annual subscription to the North Dakota Law Review is $30.00, U.S. currency. Second class postage is paid by the North Dakota Law Review. Single issues are $10.00 plus $2.50 postage. Different prices may apply to symposium issues, published once annually.
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