Tag Archives: Legal scholarly communication

D’Aspremont and van den Herik: The Digitalization of the Assembly Line of Knowledge About Law

Professor Dr. Jean D’Aspremont of the University of Manchester and Professor Dr. Larissa van den Herik of Leiden University have posted a paper entitled The Digitalization of the Assembly Line of Knowledge About Law: A Reinvention of the Confrontational Nature … Continue reading

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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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Cotropia & Petherbridge: The Dominance of Teams in the Production of Legal Knowledge

Professor Christopher A. Cotropia of University of Richmond School of Law and Professor Dr. Lee Petherbridge of Loyola Law School of Los Angeles have posted a working paper entitled The Dominance of Teams in the Production of Legal Knowledge, on … Continue reading

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