Date: March 31 – April 1, 2016
Speaker: Kenneth Lasson
Tracks: General or Core Programs
There are close to 1,000 law reviews publishing annually in the United States, with many others appearing internationally. In an era of increasing costs and electronic publishing, is the process for submitting, editing, and reviewing law-review articles too time-intensive and energy-inefficient? Are law-review articles still the best means for evaluating a faculty member’s scholarly contributions? In short, has the traditional law-review model run its course? These and related questions will be explored in depth by the panel.
This recording was provided by the University of Baltimore Law Library and the University of Baltimore School of Law and presented at The Fate of Legal Scholarship in American Law Schools Conference.