Law Archive Open Scholarship Repository Launches at Yale Law School | Lillian Goldman Law Library

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"Yale Law Library in collaboration with the Center for Open Science (COS), is excited to announce the launch of Law Archive, the only free open access platform for legal scholarship that integrates collaboration tools, data storage, and sharing of legal scholarship.  The open legal scholarship focus of Law Archive aligns with the mission of Yale Law Library to support and promote global legal scholarship and research.  In development since 2023, Law Archive was inspired by Yale Law Library’s commitment to access to justice initiatives by filling gaps in the availability of free and open legal information outside of proprietary and predatory frameworks.  Researchers, scholars, and the general public have a reliable source for free, unfettered access to current and historical legal commentary and analysis found in legal scholarship.

The Open Science Framework (OSF), host platform for Law Archive, supports the entire research life cycle. This means that researchers and scholars have the ability to upload research plans, preprints, fully published papers, and collected data to Law Archive. Collaboration features also make it possible for researchers from different institutions to work on research projects in a central OSF project space, with the ability to integrate tools such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and GitHub. Law Archive supports and promotes transparent and reproducible research, a requirement from many funding agencies...."


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Date tagged:

04/09/2024, 09:41

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04/09/2024, 05:41