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Global visibility for everything your law school produces

Digital Commons is a best-in-class hosted solution to openly publish, manage & promote your institution’s full spectrum of scholarship, research & publications

Taking IR functionality to new levels, Digital Commons is the only global solution that also offers a comprehensive publishing capability and a fully integrated showcase platform to promote the people, achievements and expertise that make your institution unique.

With Digital Commons, you can:

  • facilitate law review & journal publishing
  • promote faculty research, open educational resources & books
  • showcase faculty profiles & galleries to highlight campus expertise
  • connect faculty with opportunities for mentorship, collaboration & media exposure
  • plan, promote & publish conferences & events
  • promote students’ coursework, including capstone projects & portfolios
  • share archival images & special collections & stream multimedia
  • archive student newspapers, alumni newsletters & historical institutional assets

Our Digital Commons site has become absolutely essential to the core mission of our library.

—Todd G.E. Melnick, Clinical Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Law Library, Fordham University School of Law

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Maximize visibility and impact by showcasing everything that your institution produces. View the Digital Commons for Law Schools fact sheet:

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How Digital Commons works

How Digital Commons works

Effortlessly manage, showcase and track the impact of your institution's unique mix of research output and expertise, on a fully-hosted platform that is branded and SEO optimized to enhance institutional recognition and elevate faculty exposure.

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More than 80 law schools – and growing – use Digital Commons and Expert Gallery Suite to highlight their programs, faculty and expertise

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