The Wake Forest Law Review has created the Wake Forest Center for Student Empirical Studies. This is an initiative that I must applaud. Wake Forest Law Review members have the traditional option of writing a Note or Comment, but a group of two or three students can also write an Empirical Study under the guidance of a faculty advisor and the faculty coordinator (Prof. Ron Wright) for the program. Each student Empirical Study is published by the Wake Forest Law Review in hard copy or online. Perhaps a hybrid empirical studies journal or singular issue is closer than I envisioned. It seems law students themselves are part of the ELS Movement. Is there any additional advice we should give law students interested in empirical research over and above our suggestions to faculty conducting empirical research for the first time?