Law Journals and Open Access

by on April 13, 2009 11:01 am
Paul Lomio has a new article in Speaking of Computers on “Law Journals and Open Access: A Call to Action.”  Read it here. As Paul writes: “It would be a better legal information world if researchers could reliably turn to the host law school for any law journal from that school and find all of… Read more Law Journals and Open Access

New Corporate Databases from Our Friends at GSB

by on April 13, 2009 10:30 am
Courtesy of the Jackson Library at the Graduate School of Business, the entire Stanford campus now has access to two databases: Conference Board — Conference Board reports on key business topics, e.g. executive compensation, corporate contributions, and board practices, etc. Mergent Online — U.S. and international corporate financial histories and profiles. Formerly known as Moody’s.… Read more New Corporate Databases from Our Friends at GSB

The History of CALR: Part 1: More on Thomson West and Flite Takes Flight

by on April 10, 2009 1:18 pm
[Cross posted on LegalResearchPlus] This is the first in an occasional and somewhat random look back at the early days of computer-assisted legal research (CALR).  It stems from a post here earlier in the week about a terrific new book by noted antitrust lawyer (and Stanford Law School alumnus) Gary L. Reback, Free the Market!: Why… Read more The History of CALR: Part 1: More on Thomson West and Flite Takes Flight