Happy Birthday to the Legal Information & Technology eJournal which just concluded its fifth year. This SSRN eJournal, curated by Randy Diamond and Lee Peoples, provides a platform for the dissemination of law library scholarship.
Beginning this year, the journal, which has heretofore been sponsored by the Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries and the Mid-America Association of Law Libraries, will be self-sustaining.
I subscribe to this journal and frequently find many interesting and useful articles. Institutional and individual subscription information is available at http://www.ssrn.com/en/index.cfm/subscribe/. Note that many university departments and other institutions have purchased site subscriptions covering all various eJournals.
Here’s a sampling of some of the articles in the upcoming issue of the Legal Information & Technology eJournal:
- The Future of Digital Legal History: No Magic, No Silver Bullets
Eric C. Nystrom, Arizona State University
David S. Tanenhaus, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law
- Law Firm Legal Research Requirements in the Legal Academy Beyond Carnegie
Patrick Meyer, University of Detroit Mercy – School of Law
- Proceed with Extreme Caution: Citation to Wikipedia in Light of Contributor Demographics and Content Policies
Jodi Wilson, University of Memphis – Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
- Native Advertising and Endorsement: Schema, Source-Based Misleadingness, and Omission of Material Facts
Chris Jay Hoofnagle, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley – School of Law, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
Eduard Meleshinsky, Bryan Schwartz Law
- Transparency in Arbitrator Selection
Catherine A. Rogers, Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Law
- Implementation of ECLI – State of Play
Marc van Opijnen, Publications Office of the Netherlands
Alexander Ivantchev, European Union – European Commission
- Access to Justice 2.0: Access to Legislation and Beyond
Yaniv Roznai, University of Haifa – The Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions, New York University – The Hauser Global Law School
Nadiv Mordechay, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, School of Law, Students