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Bad Brief!

Effective Brief Writing Despite High Volume Practice: Ten Misconceptions that Result in Bad Briefs, by Sarah E. Ricks, Rutgers School of Law – Camden, and Jane L. 124 more words

Legal Writing

What Is SocArXiv?

There was big news a few weeks back in the Humanities and Social Science community when it was announced that Elsevier purchased SSRN — a popular preprint server for this area of research. 1,694 more words

Technology

What's Happening to SSRN?

Really disturbing news about what’s happening to SSRN after its acquisition by Elsevier. “As predicted, the popular and useful Social Sciences repository SSRN, having been acquired by Elsevier, is now being destroyed. 49 more words

Tweaks & Updates

Elsevier has started destroying SSRN

As predicted, the popular and useful Social Sciences repository SSRN, having been acquired by Elsevier, is now being destroyed. Papers are being quietly vanished from SSRN, … 269 more words

Open Access

Jain and others on Student Demographics, Accessibility and Inclusivity at National Law School

Recommended! 

Chirayu Jain, Spadika Jayaraj, Sanjana Muraleedharan, Harjas Singh and Marc Galanter have posted The Elusive Island of Excellence – A Study on Student Demographics, Accessibility and Inclusivity at National Law School, 2015-16… 285 more words

Papers And Articles

Post SSRN?

Ever since SSRN announced its sale to Elsevier I’ve been musing post-SSRN. While SSRN has always been a commercial enterprise, re-investing profits into the business is quite a different kettle of fish to being part of Elsevier. 44 more words

Didier Ruedin

Research repositories: should I stay or should I go?

On 17 May, SSRN the open access academic research repository, announced that it had ‘joined’ publishing giant Elsevier. Academics use the repository as a free means of disseminating their research, by uploading a work in progress or a pre-publication paper. 966 more words

Academic Practice