The law library can be a major contributing partner to the success of its law school by establishing a digital repository to preserve and promote the institution's intellectual memory. Today's law school repositories have matured to include many more types of materials than simply faculty law review and journal articles. Librarians are ideally poised to capture, organize and preserve their institution's history in this new and powerful showcase.
Watson, Carol A. and Donovan, James M., "Institutional Repositories: A Plethora of Possibilities" (2011). Law Faculty Scholarly Articles. 434.