The Buffalo Legal Studies Research Paper Series publishes research in progress addressing important issues of law and social policy, and provides an international, interdisciplinary audience for the faculty and visiting scholars. This series goes back to 2004.
Information on publishing in the Legal Research Paper Series.
SUNY Buffalo Law School and the Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy invite UB faculty and visitors to submit their current law-related working papers, articles, and chapters for inclusion in the Legal Research Paper Series.
The series is produced by SSRN, the Social Science Research Network’s Legal Scholarship Network. SSRN is an electronic distribution service which allows scholars to circulate their research worldwide more quickly than they typically can through conventional journals or books. Posted papers are easily accessible without charge to anyone with access to the Internet.
The Buffalo Legal Studies series is open to all UB members of faculty writing in the broad area of legal studies, and also to scholars from other institutions who present papers here. Papers submitted for the series should be in good shape, with well-developed arguments and citations.
The Baldy Center and the Law School cover the costs of posting to the series. We insert an identifying cover sheet to each paper during the process of uploading the submission to SSRN. SSRN then posts groups of 4 to 6 papers as an "issue" of the electronic abstracting journal which is mailed to over 5,500 subscribers. The abstracts can be announced in up to 12 additional SSRN subject matter journals. Articles from years past can still be posted to the series, without including them in a current "issue" for circulation.
Tim Conti (email@example.com) of the Law School administers the series. Professors Guyora Binder and Errol Meidinger are the overall series editors. We look forward to receiving your papers for posting.