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Posts by gwilson
by gwilson on May 8, 2013 1:57 pmThis interesting piece by Canadian and Estonian scholars is here. The abstract reads: Previous work indicates that over the past 20 years, the highest quality work have been published in an increasingly diverse and larger group of journals. In this paper we examine whether this diversification has also affected the handful of elite journals that are traditionally…
by gwilson on May 8, 2013 1:26 pmThis helpful, timely, April 5, 2013 report State Legalization of Recreational Marijuana: Selected Legal Issues [R43034] By Todd Garvey, Legislative Attorney & Brian T. Yeh, Legislative Attorney is here. Hat tip to Law Librarian Blog. Cross-posted at Legal Research Plus.
"Judges and Their Papers" by Kathryn A. Watts, Univ. of Washington School of Law -- Who should own a federal judge’s papers?
by gwilson on May 3, 2013 12:02 pmUniversity of Washington (UW) School of Law Associate Professor Kathryn A. Watt’s subject, thought-provoking paper is here. Hat tip to Law Librarian Blog. Cross-posted at Legal Research Plus.