Many law reviews are now offering their articles for free on their websites. This move to 'open access' publishing is changing the look of legal scholarship. Some law reviews are becoming more interactive--with responses to articles now sometimes coming in comments pages and short online responses, rather than only in lengthy printed articles. A New York Law Journal article reviews this phenomenon, saying that this more interactive format is making some law review websites look similar to law blogs.
A few places to get started looking for open access law review articles are:
www.lawreview.org -- You can search open access law review articles here
www.doaj.org -- the Directory of Open Access Journals
Library of Congress list of law reviews online
Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat
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