The W&M Law School Scholarship Repository
The W&M Law School Scholarship Repository acquires, organizes, and provides open access to the scholarly output of the W&M Law School community. It also acts as a digital archive, sharing both digitized and born-digital materials related to the law school’s history.
The repository is administered by The Wolf Law Library. Librarians work with the law school community to obtain and describe content before adding it to the repository. We strongly encourage all institutes, centers, and conferences affiliated with the law school to submit their research, reports, and videos. Law students should also submit their award-winning papers. Full-time faculty members should submit all published research.
When you submit materials, please ensure you hold the copyright. Recordings (both audio and video) and images will not be accepted without the proper releases and/or permissions.
About Institutional Repositories
Institutional repositories collect and disseminate the research and scholarship of an institution. They promote the exchange of knowledge by making their contents open access (i.e., freely available on the public internet). Open-access repositories not only aim to eliminate any barriers to accessing information, but they also provide a stable link through which researchers can reliably return to materials. Sharing your work via an open-access repository will make it available to the broadest audience possible, increasing your scholarly impact even beyond the legal field.
More details about repository submissions, accounts, and content are available on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Questions and comments concerning the repository should be directed to the repository manager:
Kathryn Downing, Digital Collections & Archives Librarian | | 757-221-1348