Abstract

Starting and operating an electronic journal is similar to starting and operating any journal; it is only the actual “mailing” of an electronic journal that is easier. The author discusses his experience in starting the Journal of Online Law, an electronic journal dealing with the legal issues of cyberspace. He describes his experience in addressing questions such as whether to charge for access, how to gain visibility for the journal, what type of articles make the most sense for electronic publication, which forms of electronic distribution make the most sense, and other issues.

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Article

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3 Journal of Information, Law & Technology 1-13 (1996)

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Internet Law Commons

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