The tenth anniversary of this Journal is an occasion not only for celebrating its remarkable achievements, but also for thinking again about the nature and premises of the work it reflects. One way to begin might be with its two central terms, "law" and "humanities" (or the obvious alternative to the second, "literature").
White, James Boyd. "Notes from the Editorial Advisory Board." Yale J.L. & Human. 10, no. 2 (1998): 398-400.