Referrals

Referrals

As mentioned on yesterday’s post, most of our referrals comes from our journals’ WordPress pages. Other referrals come from our law school’s website (especially our …

 

Visitor Flow: Social Networking

Visitor Flow: Social Networking

Most of Duke Law Scholarship’s traffic comes from traditional search or basic website referrals.   A growing portion comes from social networking sites. WordPress sites are …

 

DELPF’s Top March Download

DELPF’s Top March Download

Marjorie Mulhall, Saving the Rainforests of the Sea: An Analysis of International Efforts to Conserve Coral Reefs, 19 Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum 321-351 …

 

DJCIL’s Top March Download

DJCIL’s Top March Download

Roman Boed, The State of the Right of Asylum in International Law, 5 Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law 1-34 (1994)

 

DLTR’s March Top Download

DLTR’s March Top Download

Amy St. Eve et al., More From the #Jury Box: The Latest on Juries and Social Media, 12 Duke Law & Technology Review 64-91 (2014) …

 

DFLSC’s March Top Download

DFLSC’s March Top Download

Jeffrey Fagan & Aaron Kupchik, Juvenile Incarceration and the Pains Of Imprisonment, 3 Duke Forum for Law & Social Change 29-61 (2011)

 

L&CP’s Top March Download

L&CP’s Top March Download

Scott Thompson, Can Might Make Right? The Use of Force to Impose Democracy and the Arthurian Dilemma in the Modern Era, 71 Law and Contemporary …

 

Alaska Law Review’s Top March Download

Alaska Law Review’s Top March Download

Two downloads tied for top ALR in March: William M. Bankston & Steven T. O’Hara, The Creation, Operation, and Dissolution of a Limited Partnership in Alaska, …

 

DLJ’s March Top Download

DLJ’s March Top Download

Steven J. Heyman, The First Duty of Government: Protection, Liberty and the Fourteenth Amendment, 41 Duke Law Journal 507-571 (1991)

 

Channels

Channels

Most visitors to the Duke Law Scholarship Repository arrive via search.

 
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