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02/01/2019

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> There is significant room for law school deans and faculties to ramp up their scholarly reputations more rapidly (and inexpensively) than conventional wisdom suggests. The key is to rely on disciplined data collection and analysis rather than relationships and the intuition that seem to so often drive decisions.

A very good point, but also a long project for a historically quantaphobic field. Do you know anyone working on transferable bibliometric tools for legal scholarship? The simple stuff has been around for a long time, but consensus standards and adaptable/"turn key" tools may help widen interest and adoption.

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