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Chen: Modeling Citation and Download Data in Legal Scholarship

James Ming Chen of Michigan State University has posted a newly revised version of Modeling Citation and Download Data in Legal Scholarship. This revised version of the paper covers data through 2014. Here is the abstract: Impact factors among law … Continue reading

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Chen: Weighted-Average Methodologies for Evaluating Bar Examination Passage Rates

James Ming Chen of Michigan State University has posted Weighted-Average Methodologies for Evaluating Bar Examination Passage Rates, at SSRN. Here is part of the abstract: […] The American Bar Association and U.S. News and World Report’s law school rankings rely … Continue reading

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Katz and Bommarito’s research on measuring legal complexity is featured in Wired Science

Daniel Martin Katz and Michael Bommarito‘s paper, entitled Measuring the Complexity of the Law: The United States Code, is the focus of a new post by Samuel Arbesman at Wired Science: Measuring the Complexity of the Law. Here are excerpts … Continue reading

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Katz and Bommarito: Measuring the Complexity of the Law: The United States Code

Professor Dr. Daniel Martin Katz of Michigan State University and the ReInventLaw Lab, and Michael James Bommarito II of Bommarito Consulting, have posted a draft paper entitled Measuring the Complexity of the Law: The United States Code. Here is the … Continue reading

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