Interested in Making Your Law and Science Paper Public?

I see that some of you are beginning to blog about the Law and Science papers that you have been diligently working on throughout the semester. One of you correctly referred to the much anticipated “December 13th release” date. If you are interested in getting your ideas out into the world, consider posting your paper on SSRN. The popular site will set up an author’s page for you and allow others to download your papers. Also, as I’ve mentioned in class, you might consider trying to publish your paper in a law journal. I’m here to help you out with the potential publication process if you’re interested. (Please note, though, that making your ideas public via SSRN or publication will not affect your grade in the course; it could boost your resume, though!)


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