Columbia Business Law Review (CBLR) has launched a newly designed website. The new site features CBLR Online, an online supplement to the print publication. The enhanced CBLR website is available at http://www.cblr.org.
CBLR worked with Columbia’s Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) to redevelop and design the site, which will be hosted and supported by the Center going forward. "The editors of CBLR have been wonderful partners in the process of designing and developing the site," said Rebecca Kennison, director of CDRS. "We are pleased to be working with them in giving the journal a fresh look and providing enhanced online access."
"Columbia Business Law Review is proud to present its new website to the business law community," said CBLR editor-in-chief Deryn Darcy. "We hope that our site will be a source of choice for practitioners and academics when researching emerging business law issues. We are delighted with the product created through our partnership with the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, and we thank CDRS for their hard work and dedication to the project."
Governed by an administrative board of third-year Columbia Law School student editors, CBLR is the first legal periodical at a national law school devoted solely to the publication of articles focusing on the interaction of the legal profession and the business community.
The Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) partners with researchers and scholars to share new knowledge. Using innovative new media and digital technologies, CDRS empowers Columbia's research community with the online tools and services necessary to make the most of scholarly communication, collaboration, data-sharing, and preservation. More information about their services and projects is available at http://cdrs.columbia.edu. CDRS is part of the Digital Programs and Technology Services division of Columbia University Libraries/Information Services.
Columbia University Libraries/Information Services is one of the top five academic research library systems in North America. The collections include over 10 million volumes, over 100,000 journals and serials, as well as extensive electronic resources, manuscripts, rare books, microforms, maps, graphic and audio-visual materials. The services and collections are organized into 22 libraries and various academic technology centers. The Libraries employs more than 550 professional and support staff. The website of the Libraries is the gateway to its services and resources: /content/libraryweb