Academic Law Libraries and Scholarship: Communication, Publishing, and Ranking
Journal of Law & Education
Dana Neacsu and James M. Donovan, Academic Law Libraries and Scholarship: Communication, Publishing, and Ranking, 49 J. of Law & Educ. 433 (2020), available at https://scholar.law.colorado.edu/conference2019/7.
Broadly, this article discusses ways in which law libraries should pivot in this digital age. Traditional thinking of a law library as a support system should fall as the digital proliferation of scholarly publishing and digital access become the new normal. Leveraging the experience, law libraries are in an important position to actively partner with scholarship producing persons and journals in their respective law school. Overall, law libraries should adapt in this digital world.
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