Duke Law School has been long known for its leadership in electronic publication of legal scholarship and active promotion of open access to legal information. In 1998, Duke Law began making the full text of its student-edited print journals freely available on the Law School’s website. The Law School’s Faculty Scholarship Repository was launched in 2005 to maximize open access to the scholarly works of our faculty and affiliates. The repository is a joint project of the J. Michael Goodson Law Library and the Law School’s Academic Technologies and Communications departments.
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