Sarah Rhodes of Georgetown University Law Library and the Chesapeake Project Legal Information Archive, has published an overview of preservation of digital legal information, entitled Preserving Born-Digital Legal Materials…Where to Start?, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. (I serve as editor in chief of VoxPopuLII.)
Rhodes’s post addresses core concerns respecting digital legal information preservation, as well as emerging issues, and provides a thorough and accessible view of the field. I think it will prove a very rewarding resource for novices and experienced preservation professionals alike.
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