It’s been in the news recently. A loyal, worldwide following and other assets are apparently not getting the job done, and the owner has announced he might close unless thousands of CD buyers somehow appear — quickly.
I was reminded of his troubles this morning. I was reading a story about a law school professor who’s been tracking postal data for 21 of the most prestigious law school reviews between 1979 and 2009.
His findings? Paid subscriptions to top-tier law reviews have dropped sharply. Harvard’s, for example, have fallen 77 percent. (more…)