Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Blog Series on Law-Related E-Books

Eugene Volokh, a law prof who contributes to the collective Volokh Conspiracy blog, has completed an multi-part series on the future of legal publishing and the trend towards e-books.

The parts are:

  1. The Future of Books Related to the Law?
  2. Why Legal Books Are Likely To Go Electronic (Pretty Soon)
  3. What Manufacturers and Publishers Need To Do To Facilitate The Move to Electronic Delivery of Legal Books — Lifting Technological Barriers
  4. What Manufacturers and Publishers Need To Do To Facilitate The Move to Electronic Delivery of Legal Books — Reducing Costs to Compete With Used Books
  5. What Manufacturers and Publishers Need To Do To Facilitate The Move to Electronic Delivery of Legal Books — Competing with Library Lending
  6. How E-Readers Can Change the Content of Legal Books
  7. E-Readers, and Going Beyond the Current Publication System for Scholarly Law Books
  8. Could the Advent of E-Readers Lead Law Journals to Move Into E-Book Publishing?
  9. How Might the Advent of E-Readers Affect the Creation and Distribution of Legal Textbooks?

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