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The Cornell Law Quarterly was the original name of a law review produced by students at Cornell Law School.
The Cornell Law Quarterly began in 1915. The first copyright-renewed issue is February 1935 (v. 20 no. 2). The first copyright-renewed contribution is from Fall 1958 (v. 44 no. 1). (More details) It ran that title in 1967, when it was renamed Cornell Law Review, which is still published today.
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