The California Law Review, one of the nation’s most highly regarded law journals, is now available in the Berkeley Law Scholarship Repository. In addition to the current issue on judicial restraint, readers now have open access to the complete run of the review, dating back to 1912.
Joe Cera, who manages the repository, worked with Michael Lindsey to upload all one hundred issues—over 3,000 articles—in just a few weeks. Cera says the increased discoverability and access that the repository will bring to the preeminent legal publication of the UC Berkeley School of Law was well worth the concentrated effort. We’re inclined to agree.
The California Law Review joins nearly 100 other law reviews now available in bepress Digital Commons repositories. You can see the complete listing here: https://www.bepress.com/categories_jnl/law-journals/.