Administered by Cornell Law Library, Scholarship@Cornell Law provides free permanent online access to conference papers, lectures, reports, workshop presentations, pre-prints and other works in progress, and published articles written by members of the Cornell Law School community and guest contributors. It allows more types of publication formats than LSN and provides global access to your scholarship with stable URLs. Current publication series include:
- Faculty Scholarship
- Student Scholarship
- Centers and Programs
- Conferences, Lectures, and Workshops
- Make sure you retain the copyright on your scholarship. For information on managing your copyrights, including a sample publication agreement, see the Create Change website.
- Submit your completed paper as a Microsoft Word file or PDF. WordPerfect files and Power Point files can also be accommodated.
- Video, audio and other media are welcome. To contribute non-textual files and the papers/presentations exceeding 15 MB, please contact the Repository Manager.
- Submit an abstract along with your contribution. The abstract will be searchable by Internet search engines such as Google, and provides an important means of access to your work.
- Your contributions may be withdrawn from the repository at any time at your request.
Questions? Please contact Jean Pajerek, Repository Manager.
SelectedWorks is an add-on to the Cornell Law School’s Repository, Scholarship @ Cornell Law. Work posted in the Cornell Law and other Bepress repositories can be collected into an author's SelectedWorks page, saving time and maintaining consistent statistics. While the library will be setting up new pages, tenured and tenure-track faculty affiliated with Cornell Law also have the option and ability to create and manage personal scholarship pages. For more information, contact your liaison.