Answered By: Sarah New
Last Updated: Aug 22, 2023     Views: 255

Yes! The Law Library is a partner. Student publications and faculty members are encouraged to contact Sarah New to request an account. 

What is

Once a scholarly work is published, urls for cited internet sources may break or lead to content that changed after the citation was created. This phenomenon is known as "link rot." helps prevent link rot by allowing scholars and editors to create a link to an archived version of an open web source they're citing. The author or editor can then add the link to their citation to the original source. For example: link example in a law review citation

Each editor or author should read this FAQ and all sections of the user guide carefully, including limitations on what can be archived for public access, before using 

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