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"La publication en ligne est bien plus attirante pour les lecteurs..." (je cite)

mercredi 2 mai 2007, par Stephane Cottin

Encore un article subversif de notre copain Rony Perry

extraits : "Online publication is not only more economical, but also
much faster, making it more responsive to current events and more
attractive to authors. Today, an author may wait several weeks before
an article – already in its final law review form – becomes publicly
available. Online publication shortens this interval. It saves the
time of printing, binding, handling and shipping. It may also break
the current interdependence of papers that are to be included in a
single issue. A paper may be published whenever it is ready, without
having to wait for others. Electronic publishing also enables
refinement of articles after their official publication.

Online publishing is clearly more attractive for readers."

"De Jure [sic] Park"

Connecticut Law Review CONNtemplations, Vol. 39, 2007

Contact : RONEN PERRY

University of Haifa - Faculty of Law

Auth-Page : http://ssrn.com/author=364528

Full Text : http://ssrn.com/abstract=981780

ABSTRACT : This Essay, solicited by the Connecticut Law Review for the
inauguration of its online companion CONNtemplations, discusses the
main structural deficiencies of student-edited general interest
paper-based law reviews, namely that they are student-edited, general
interest and paper-based.

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SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH NETWORK, L E G A L W R I T I N G A B S T R A C T S

Sponsored by Salmon P. Chase College of Law - N. Kentucky Univ.

Vol. 2, No. 6 : May 2, 2007

Editors : JENNIFER JOLLY-RYAN Professor of Legal Writing, Northern
Kentucky University - Salmon P. Chase College of Law

LAWRENCE D. ROSENTHAL Associate Professor of Legal Writing, Salmon P.
Chase College of Law - Northern Kentucky University

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