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Harvard Law Review and Others to Cease Hard Copy Publication; Going Digital

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3 Responses

  1. Howard Wasserman says:

    Do you have a link to the statement itself?

  2. Aaron Zelinsky says:

    And here I was genuinely excited until I got to the tags.

  3. AnonProf says:

    As I read, until I got to the tags, my heart literally sped up and I could feel my blood pressure rising.

    I’m glad to see this is a joke. I still read journals in their physical form. I subscribe to many through our library. So many of my waking hours are spent looking at the computer screen that reading in print gives them significant relief. What’s more, I like going through journals and reading abstracts on subjects I don’t know well, which is something I don’t and probably wouldn’t do in digital format. Finally, the potential for manipulation of the online word and for monetization of scholarship is too great to go to electronic publication alone. Better to have both formats.

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