The Associate Dean for Research in the Age of the Internet
In this brief essay, written for a Touro Law Review symposium issue on the role of the associate dean for research and scholarship, I reflect on how the increasing centrality of the Internet to research and scholarship affects the way the Associate Dean for Research might do her job, and I describe some of the measures that seem to be effective in light of this new state of affairs.
Law School Administration, Faculty Support, Legal Research and Scholarship, Internet
Place of Original Publication
Touro Law Review
31 Touro Law Review 101 (2014)
Hill, Jessie, "The Associate Dean for Research in the Age of the Internet" (2014). Faculty Publications. 1664.
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