Legal resources - commentary.
|Title:|| ||Law Review Commons
|Description/subject:|| ||The collection holds more than 800 articles with references to Burma/Myanmar...
Over 200 open-access law reviews · Over 150,000 articles · Free current issues & archives from 1852... "These publications make their current issues and archives, many spanning 100 years or more, freely available online through their institutions’ bepress Digital Commons repositories. All Law Review Commons publications are made freely available online through their institutions’ bepress Digital Commons repositories. The Commons includes many of the leading U.S. law reviews—such as the California Law Review and the Duke Law Journal...
The effort to make all legal scholarship freely and openly accessible has rapidly gained momentum since 2008, when law library directors from 12 top law schools authored the Durham Statement, calling on all law reviews and legal journals to begin publishing in “stable, open, digital formats.” Publishing open access increases the visibility of legal scholarship, makes scholars’ work more discoverable, and may also lead to more citations. A recent analysis found that citation growth rates of open access journals were 3.8 times higher than for comparable non open access journals in 2012..."|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Law Review Commons|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://digitalcommons.bepress.com/|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||16 June 2015|