Because my moot court partner is on Law Review, I've had the occasion, during the course of our preparation, to enter and spend some time in the Law Review office.
It is, I'm not exaggerating, at least five times the size of my journal's office. It has a kitchen (whereas ours only has a microwave), separate offices for note and article editors (hell, ours is just one room without any offices at all - though we do sort of have a foyer, which is where we keep the microwave...), and a living room area where I couldn't help but notice a videogame system. Their computer lab area also seems to have dedicated, en suite Wexis printers, whereas we just have one printer in our office that we can't seem to keep operational. (Who knew you had to keep these things plugged in?)
Then today, when I was there before our practice argument, I overheard a discussion evaluating the relative legal merits of the lawsuits that have been threatened against James Frey for his "memoir." Compare that with the conversation we then heard in my journal's office after our argument, a conversation which included some serious contemplation on how the fields of poppies could grow so well in the Land of Oz, what with it obviously being impossible for it to rain there in order not to melt all the witches.
In our favor, however, is the fact that the Law Review office is in a sub-terrainean, windowless basement not even connected to the law school building proper, whereas ours is on the fifth floor with a gorgeous view of the Boston skyline.*
I'm sure that evens everything out...
* (Of course, so does most of the building.)