Tag Archives: Law journals

Ramsay: SSRN and Law Journals – Rivals or Allies?

Professor Ian Ramsay of University of Melbourne Law School has published SSRN and Law Journals – Rivals or Allies? International Journal of Legal Information, Vol. 40, No. 1-2, pp. 134-145 (2012). Here is the abstract: The author identifies and evaluates … Continue reading

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Widener on Making Law Journal Content More Accessible to the Public

Michael N. Widener, JD, MS, has published Driving Pedestrian Traffic to Law Journals, Law Library Journal, 14(4), 569-575 (2012). Here is the abstract: Recent technological advances enable the legal academy and law student editors to embed aids to understanding the … Continue reading

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Pearse and Keele on How Librarians Can Help Improve Law Journal Publishing

Michelle Pearse of the Harvard Law School Library and Benjamin Keele of the William and Mary Wolf Law Library, have posted How Librarians Can Help Improve Law Journal Publishing, on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Librarians are well-positioned to improve … Continue reading

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Leong and Mullins: An Empirical Examination of Gender and Student Note Publication 1999-2009

Professor Nancy Leong of William and Mary Law School and Jennifer Mullins of American University Washington College of Law have posted An Empirical Examination of Gender and Student Note Publication 1999-2009, forthcoming in American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy … Continue reading

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Open Access Law Journals: Request for Input

I’m updating a list of open access law journals: Click here for the list in .xlsx format; Click here for the list in .ods format. On this list I’m including legal periodicals that fit the definition of “open access” adopted … Continue reading

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Childress: “Stanford Law Review Goes Ebook…in Kindle, Nook, and iPad Editions”

Alan Childress writes, at Legal Profession Blog: Becoming the first general law review to publish its current issues as an ebook (plus its traditional print volumes), the Stanford Law Review now includes Kindle and the other ebook formats in its distribution. I … Continue reading

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More on: Why Are Some Law Journal Publishers Not Using the Web to Promote Their Articles?

My new post at Slaw, entitled More on: Finding Hidden Treasure, discusses an odd circumstance in legal publishing: certain law journal publishers are not promoting (i.e., not posting interoperable metadata) or licensing the articles in their journals on the Web. … Continue reading

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Why Are Some Law Journal Publishers Not Using the Web to Promote Their Articles?

My new post at Slaw, entitled Finding Hidden Treasure, explores an odd circumstance in legal publishing: certain law journal publishers are not promoting or licensing the articles in their journals on the Web. This post profiles three such journals — … Continue reading

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