Information technology, Legal scholarship, Electronic media, Law libraries
Internet Law | Legal Education | Legal Writing and Research
Using a typology of legal scholars, Professor Martin explores the impact of new information technology on their work. His analysis suggests that increased use of electronic media in legal scholarship is likely to have a profound effect on the institutional structures of law schools, and he raises doubts about the continuing need for traditional academic law libraries in the future.
Martin, Peter W., "How New Information Technologies Will Change the Way Law Professors Do and Distribute Scholarship" (1991). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. 1190.
Published in: Law Library Journal, vol. 83, no. 4 (Fall 1991).