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Prof. Katrina Kuh’s Article Mentioned at Law Professor Blog

Professor Katrina Fischer Kuh’s article “Electronically Manufactured Law” was mentioned on the Law Librarian Blog, a member of the Law Professor Blogs Network.

Katrina Fischer Kuh’s (Hofstra) Electronically Manufactured Law, 28 Harvard Journal of Law and Technology ___ (2008) [SSRN] employs principles of cognitive psychology to generate empirical predictions about how the shift from a print-based to an electronic research process changes researcher behavior and research outcomes. The result is one of those “you are reading my mind” experiences. Highly recommended and watch for Kuh’s follow-up article.

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