Scholars’ Repository Quarterly Impact Report

The UNH Scholars’ Repository Law School Collection is an Open Access Institutional Repository of published scholarly works.

Chart of Usage Statistics for Scholars.unh.edu/law

 

Highlights

  • CNN.com linked to an UNH Law Review article, “London, Libel Capital No Longer? The Draft Defamation Act 2011 and the Future of Libel Tourism” written by alumni Thomas Sanchez.
  • Back issues of UNH Law Alumni Magazine from 2000-2013 are now available online.
  • UNH Law Review published Volume 15, Number 2 (2016) Symposium: A Celebration of the Life and Work of Calvin Massey
  • Great newly published articles by Professors Amy Vorenberg, John Greabe, and Jon Cavicchi. Newly added articles by Professors Sue Zago and Stanley Kowalski.

Open Access News

  • There is a course on Open Education Resources at UNH that anyone can take for free.
  • The new Unpaywall extension for the Chrome and Firefox browsers allows users to quickly search the Internet for any Open Access versions of a published work that is locked behind a paywall.

Popular Papers

Works in the repository are collected into series. The Faculty Scholarship Series is for published works authored by UNHL Faculty. This is a list of the twenty most downloaded items from 4/18 - 5/18/17:

Title

Author

Down-loads

The Extraordinary Judicial Rebukes of Trump's Travel Ban

John Greabe

43

Illegal Defense: The Irrational Economics of Banning High School Players from the NBA Draft

Michael McCann

41

Legality of Age Restrictions in the NBA and NFL

Michael McCann

21

Intellectual Property Management in Health and Agricultural Innovation: A Handbook of Best Practices, Vol. 2

Stanley Kowalski

21

The Riddle of Harmless Error Revisited

John Greabe

20

Lexis v. Westlaw for Research - Better, Different, or Same and the QWERTY Effect?

Jon Cavicchi

20

Trademark Searching Tools and Strategies: Questions for the New Millennium

Jon Cavicchi

18

Genetic Privacy and the Fourth Amendment: Unregulated Surreptitious DNA Harvesting

Buzz Scherr

18

It's Not About the Money: The Role of Preferences, Cognitive Biases and Heuristics Among Professional Athletes

Michael McCann

17

Dietary Supplement Labeling: Cognitive Biases, Market Manipulation & Consumer Choice

Michael McCann

17

Pledge Your Body for Your Bread: Welfare, Drug Testing, and the Inferior Fourth Amendment

Jordan Budd

16

Review of: Pierre Clastres, Chronicle of the Guayaki Indians (Paul Auster, Translator)

Sophie Sparrow

14

Pornography, Coercion, and Copyright Law 2.0

Ann Bartow

13

Do you Believe He Can Fly? Royce White and Reasonable Accommodations Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for NBA Players with Anxiety Disorder and Fear of Flying

Michael McCann

12

Using Individual and Group Multiple-Choice Quizzes to Deepen Students' Learning

Sophie Sparrow

12

Golden Rice: A Case Study in Intellectual Property Management and International Capacity Building

Stanley Kowalski

12

Does the Constitution Allow President to Ban Muslims?

John Greabe

10

Contraceptive Sabotage

Leah Plunkett

10

Economic Efficiency and Consumer Choice Theory in Nutritional Labeling

Michael McCann

9

 

Our Readership

We have readers all around the world.

 

If you have any journal articles, book chapters, CLE materials or other scholarly communications that you would like to add to the Scholars’ Repository, please contact Ellen Phillips in the Law Library.