Disrupting Law: Free Access and the Modern Librarian

By Ulysses Jean (Follow us on LinkedIn) The traditional scarcity principle has long governed the economics of legal publishing, leveraging the perception of exclusivity to exact premium fees for specialized or rare legal resources. Corporate publishers became the gatekeepers of the cases, statutes, and regulations that comprise the laws. They repackaged them with annotations and convenientContinue reading “Disrupting Law: Free Access and the Modern Librarian”