The Digital Lawyer's Evolving Education in Scholarly Research

Educating the Digital Lawyer: Chapter 13, 2012

14 Pages Posted: 27 Mar 2016

Date Written: January 27, 2012

Abstract

Technology has changed virtually all aspects of life over the past few decades. To think it would not affect legal scholarship would be arrogant, foolish or maybe both.

The increased speed of the Internet has provided a platform for the creation of a wealth of innovative technologies. In less than a generation, we have gone from trudging to the library across campus to 24/7 access around the world. The speed and access can provide immediate gratification for our research needs. On-line repositories make full-text PDFs, data sets, pre- publication working papers, and other content a mere click away. Blogs and social networking provide context for the research, while Skype and video conferencing have given rise to virtual learning and real-time collaboration.

Keywords: technology, legal scholarship, collaboration, repository, digital, digital tool, scholarship

Suggested Citation

Gordon, Gregory J., The Digital Lawyer's Evolving Education in Scholarly Research (January 27, 2012). Educating the Digital Lawyer: Chapter 13, 2012, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2754647

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