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FIU Law Library’s Digital Initiatives Center is pleased to report the following scholarly impact achievements made by FIU Law in July 2019.

Digital Commons Network Impact

Our institutional repository, eCollections @ FIU Law Library had 3931 full-text downloads and 3 new submission was posted, bringing the total works to 3370Florida International University College of Law scholarship was read by 503 institutions across 112 countries. Here are the details:

 The most popular papers were:

Aaron N. Taylor The Marginalization of Black Aspiring Lawyers (198 downloads)

Thomas E. Baker The Impropriety of Expert Witness Testimony on the Law (175 downloads)

Scott F. Norberg Contract Claims and the Willful and Malicious Injury Exception to the Discharge in Bankruptcy (92 downloads)

The most popular publications were:

Faculty Publications (1986 downloads)

FIU Law Review (1628 downloads)

Mario Diaz Cruz Library (81 downloads)

Social Science Research Network (SSRN) Impact

As part of the dual upload and scholarly impact process utilized by FIU Law Library’s Digital Initiatives Center, we are also increasing our scholarly impact in SSRN. Currently, 3569 subscribers receive our works through our FIU College of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series. This month 599 visits to our Series enabled the Series to achieve 277 downloads. Here are the most downloaded works for July 2019 in SSRN:

Lissa L. Broome, Jerry W. Markham Banking and Insurance: Before and after the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act – 15 downloads Abstract ID 245400

Howard Wasserman Structural Principles and Presidential Succession – 5 downloads Abstract ID 281670

C. Mirow, Bruce A. McGovern Burdens and Standards of Proof for Complementarity Determinations – downloads Abstract ID 293973

HeinOnline Author Profiles and ScholarCheck Impact

Hein Scholar Check statistics for Hein Author Profiles for FIU Law reveal that FIU Law authors have been cited

167 times in cases, and

5907 times in articles, for a total of

6074 citations.

Follow FIU Law authors at eCollections, where you can also read  FIU Law Review and follow FIU Law Review Symposia.