In the wake of Elsevier's takeover of the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), LawArXiv has emerged as an alternative community-led repository for scholars to archive legal scholarship. In this interview members of its Legal Scholarship Advisory Board share how they got the repository started and how they're working to expand it.
Are the copyright policies of some law reviews limiting the open access and fair use potential of legal scholarship? Brian L. Frye, Associate Professor at University of Kentucky College of Law explores.
Where can you go to stay up-to-date on the most pathbreaking legal research in your field? JOTWELL compiles short-form reviews of the newest legal scholarship.
At present few law school students will need to consider Islamic finance in their future work as lawyers, but that doesn't mean studying it isn't useful.
Since the dawn of social networking website Myspace in 2003, trial attorney John Browning has been researching and writing about the impact of social media in the law.
LegalEd is helping professors free up class time for practice-based learning by turning lectures into homework assignments.
Two law review editors detail the kind of submissions that hit it out of the park for their journals.
New Scholastica support video gives law review submissions walkthrough. Learn how to: Find journals to submit to, manage your submissions, make bulk expedite requests and more.