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The Green Bag, Second Series, was founded in 1997 by George Mason Associate Professor of Law Ross Davies and two of his law school classmates, David Gossett of Mayer Brown Rowe & Maw and Montgomery Kosma of Jones Day. The journal's advisory and editorial boards also include representatives of several other leading law schools (Boalt Hall, Chicago, Columbia, Emory, Harvard, Michigan, NYU, Rutgers, Vanderbilt, Virginia, William & Mary, and Yale) and law firms (Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and Clifford Chance).
The Green Bag develops and publishes about 100 pages of short, useful, readable, and occasionally entertaining legal scholarship once every three months for an audience consisting mostly of professors, judges and other public officials, and private practitioners. Each issue features an ecumenical mix of short essays, scholarly articles, book reviews, poetry, and odds and ends that strike the editors' fancy. If you have written something that fits that description, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.The Green Bag is now published in cooperation with the George Mason University School of Law.