Posting at the Volokh Conspiracy, David Kopel notes that the first law school textbook on the Second Amendment will be coming out next January.
While the book will change few minds among the underemployed lawyers who currently write our laws, it should give the Right to Keep and Bear Arms more credibility with the next generation of lawyers. And that is a good thing in itself.
As is the note that individual chapters will be available in electronic form. Law School textbooks often cost as much as a new .22 rifle. The individual chapters should be much cheaper than a low volume hardback, and much more accessible for those with an interest.