In this issue:
New Items and ServicesThe Law Library is offering new services to start the beginning of the 2015-2016 School year!
Color printing is now available on the main floor of the Law Library via the GoPrint Pay-Per-Print system. Printing costs $.10 per page for black and white (B&W) printer, $.50 per page for the color printer. Details are available here.
A Scannx Book ScanCenter is now available for use in the Copy Room to scan maps, books and documents into searchable PDF, Word doc, JPEG, TIFF and PNG file formats. Users may send scanned files to email; to a smartphone/tablet; to document-storage systems like Google Drive, Dropbox, and USB flash drives.
Complimentary Device Charging
The Law Library also has a courtesy charging station for mobile devices in the Copy Room.
- Place your device in the locker and plug it in
- Turn the lever to a locked position
- Enter your own 4 digit code + the Zephyr button
- To re-open, enter your 4 digit code + the Zephyr button
- Turn the lever to the open position
- Remove your device from the locker
Don't get caught in the rain! UM Carey Law umbrellas are available for checkout at the User Services Desk.
New Additions to the Digital CommonsLast month, DigitalCommons@UM Carey Law had 38,689 full-text downloads and 14 new submissions were posted.
Frank Pasquale has several recent publications that have been added to the Digital Commons: Law’s Acceleration of Finance: Redefining the Problem of High-Frequency Trading, in the Cardozo Law Review. The Algorithmic Self, published in the Hedgehog Review (Spring 2015). The Spectrum of Control: A Social Theory of the Smart City, in First Monday (July 2015)(written with Jathan Sadowski). And one article that is a little older but just added to the Digital Commons, Protecting Health Privacy in an Era of Big Data Processing and Cloud Computing, in Stanford Technology Law Review (2014), (with Tara Adams Ragone).
Robert J. Condlin will publish The “Nature” of Legal Dispute Bargaining, in the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (2016), and Assessing Experiential Leaning, Jobs and All: A Response to the Three Professors, in the Wisconsin Law Review Online (2015).
Taunya Lovell Banks will publish Post-Katrina Suppression of Black Working-Class Political Expression, in the Journal of Public Management and Social Policy. A draft is available in the Digital Commons. Her article Colorism Among South Asians: Title VII and Skin Tone Discrimination will also be published in the forthcoming issue of the Washington University Global Studies Law Review. In addition, Professor Banks has a chapter titled, Race, Place and Historic Moment – Black and Japanese American World War II Veterans: The G.I. Bill of Rights and the Model Minority Myth, in the forthcoming book Intergroup Conflict and Cooperation (Robert S. Chang & Greg Robinson eds.). An abstract and the introduction to the chapter are available here.
Leslie Meltzer Henry (with others) has published Just Compensation: A No-Fault Proposal for Research-Related Injuries in the Journal of Law and the Biosciences, and Respect and Dignity: A Conceptual Model for Patients in the Intensive Care Unit in Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics.
Other recent publications and forthcoming publications added to the Digital Commons, include:
- Michael Millemann, Legal Education in Transition: Trends and Their Implications, 94 Nebraska Law Review 1 (2015) (with Sheldon Krantz).
- Michael Pappas, Distributed, Nega-, and Reclaimed: Setting Expectations in the "New" Resource Base, 32 Pace Environmental Law Review 471 (2015).
- Robert Suggs, A Functional Approach to Copyright Policy, 83 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1293 (2015).
- Deborah Thompson Eisenberg, What We Know (and Need to Know) About Court-Annexed Dispute Resolution, 67 South Carolina Law Review (forthcoming 2016).
- Deborah Thompson Eisenberg, The Restorative Workplace: An Organizational Learning Approach to Discrimination, 50 Richmond Law Review (forthcoming 2016).