The Associate Dean for Research in the Age of the Internet
7 Pages Posted: 17 Jan 2015
Date Written: 2014
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.
Keywords: Law School Administration, Faculty Support, Legal Research and Scholarship, Internet
JEL Classification: 49
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