Harvard joins Stanford in providing eBook editions of their Law Reviews through Quid Pro Books. The eBook editions include: active Contents, linked footnotes, active URLs in citations, and proper ebook formatting for Amazon's Kindle and Barnes & Noble's Nook as well as the iPad.
Quid Pro Books was founded by Tulane Law Professor Alan Childress, who edits the Legal Profession blog on the Law Professors Blog Network. To read more about the founding of Quid Pro Books, check out the Law Librarian Blog's interview series with Alan Childress, "Law Prof as Independent Law Book Publisher," Part 1 and Part 2.
At least two other student-edited law journals are also available in eBook format. The Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy is available for the Kindle, iPad, Android tablet, computer, and cell phone. The Tulane Law Review is available for the Amazon Kindle.
Hat tip to LLB [JML].