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ItemAdvising Faculty on Law Journal Publication Agreements(2012) Keele, Benjamin J.One of the primary areas of service for academic librarians is faculty support, and one of faculty‘s primary goals is to publish law journal articles. Librarians provide a lot of assistance in the pre-submission phase of an article‘s development — crafting searches, retrieving sources, and compiling statistics. We also help journal staff with cite-checking after an article has been submitted and accepted. An additional service librarians can offer faculty is reviewing journal publication agreements when articles are accepted. ItemCollection Development, Acquisitions, and Licensing(2013) Dingledy, Frederick W.; Sekula, Jennifer E.; Keele, Benjamin J. ItemCopyright Provisions in Law Journal Publication Agreements(2010) Keele, Benjamin J.Mr. Keele examined copyright provisions of law journal publication agreements and found that a minority of journals ask authors to transfer copyright. Most journals also permit authors to self-archive articles. He recommends journals make their agreements publicly available and use licenses instead of copyright transfers. ItemFrom the Editor: Our Best Defense is a Good Offense(AALL Spectrum, 2014-10) Lemmer, Catherine A.Monthly editorial column in a law librarianship professional journal addresses importance of innovation in the workplace. ItemHow Librarians Can Help Improve Law Journal Publishing(2012) Keele, Benjamin J.; Pearse, MichelleLibrarians are well positioned to improve law journal publishing and help it evolve in the ever-changing digital environment. They can provide student editors with advice on a variety of issues such as copyright, data preservation, and version control. Librarians can also help journals adopt technical standards and improve the discoverability and usability of journal content. While few libraries will be able to adopt all these suggestions, a checklist of ideas is provided to help librarians select those that are most suitable to their libraries and journals. ItemLaw Libraries as Publishers Choosing a Better Font(2016) Keele, Benjamin J.; Robert H. McKinney School of Law ItemLaw Libraries as Publishers: Counting Things, with Altmetrics(2016-01) Keele, Benjamin J.; Ruth Lilly Law Library