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Faculty Scholarship Support: Related Articles

This guide is intended to help law faculty navigate the process of submitting papers to law journals.

Further Readings

  1. Caroline Osborne & Stephanie Miller, The Scholarly Impact Matrix: An Empirical Study of How Multiple Metrics Create an Informed Story of a Scholar’s Work (2020), (last visited Aug 24, 2021).
  2. Ignacio Cofone & Pierre-Jean Malé, How to Choose a Law Review: An Empirical Study, 71 Journal of Legal Education (2022), (last visited July 27, 2023).
  3. Responding to US News’ Decision Not to Create Scholarly Impact Ranking – Law Librarians Still Play a Key Role in Maximizing Scholarly Visibility, Wisblawg (2021), (last visited Aug 25, 2021).
  4. Bonnie J. Shucha, Representing Law Faculty Scholarly Impact: Strategies for Improving Citation Metrics Accuracy and Promoting Scholarly Visibility (2021), (last visited Aug 24, 2021).

Additional Resources

The American Association of Law Libraries ALL-SIS Scholarly Communication Toolkit is produced by the ALL-SIS Scholarly Communication Committee. it has useful information on such topics as author checklist, author profiles, copyright, digital object identifiers, interdisciplinary publishing, link rot, measuring impact, and open access publishing.