Friday, March 31, 2006

Open Access Publishing and the Future of Legal Scholarship

A few weeks ago, the Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon hosted a conference on open access publishing in the legal field.

"Interestingly, the open access publishing model has not yet become as popular in legal scholarship as in other fields. Why has legal scholarship lagged in the open access publishing movement? Should law schools, who do the most to fund both the production and publication of legal scholarship, push toward an open access publishing approach?"

All the presentations from the conference are available as podcasts. The papers themselves will be published according to open access principles.

The School's Boley Law Library has prepared resources on the topic of open access scholarship.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 5:14 pm


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