For the fourth edition of my Academic Legal Writing book, I'd like to include an entire student-written article -- with comments (in the margins or in between paragraphs) on my part -- to use as a good example for readers. To be optimal, the article should be (1) very well-written, (2) very well-reasoned, (3) 40 law review pages or shorter (shorter would be better), (4) preferably on a topic that readers would find interesting, and (5) written when the author was still a student (though it need not have been denominated a student Note or Comment). I would also of course ask the author and (if necessary) the journal for permission to reprint and comment on the piece, and some of my comments will likely be a bit critical. But my goal is to find an article that's so good that the criticisms will be very few, and most of the comments will be an explanation of why a particular paragraph or argument works well, not of why it doesn't.
Can any of you recommend such an article that you have objectively reviewed, and that you think is excellent? Many thanks.