This study examines 648 currently published law journals to determine the amount of freely available content and whether the journals have adopted open access behaviors. Although most of the journals have volumes available online for free, the usual hallmarks of open access, including open licenses and clear reuse policies, are absent.
Law Library Journal
John R. Beatty,
Open Access without Open Access Values: The State of Free and Open Access to Law Reviews,
Law Lib. J.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.buffalo.edu/law_librarian_articles/53
Cleaned survey data
generate-plots-newer.R (20 kB)
Final version of the R code used to generate tables and figures
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