Research Repository Update: August 2021

During August 2021, the contents of the WVU College of Law community in the Research Repository @ WVU had 8.025 new full-text downloads of the 5,648 total works archived in our collections. Readers came from 656 different institutions across 135 different countries. This brings the total full-text downloads of scholarship from the College of Law collections to 251,950.

The most downloaded faculty scholarship in August 2021 were:

Raining on the Litigation Parade: Is It Time to Stop Litigant Abuse of the Fraud on the Court Doctrine? by Hollee Temple

Geographic Discrimination: Of Place, Space, Hillbillies, and Home by William Rhee and Stephen Scott

Reckoning: A Dialogue about Racism, AntiRacists, and Business & Human Rights by Erika George, Jena Martin, and Tara Van Ho

The United Postal Service—The One Word that Makes all the Difference by Jena Martin and Matthew Titolo

Constitutional Limitations on the Ability of States to Rehabilitate Their Failed Electric Utility Restructuring Plans by James M. Van Nostrand

The most downloaded articles from the West Virginia Law Review in August 2021 were:

People of the State of Illinois vs. John Gacy: The Functioning of the Insanity Defense at the Limits of the Criminal Law by Donald H. Herman, Helen L. Morrison, Yvonne Sor, Julie A. Norman & David M. Neff

Drafting a Contract Mining Agreement--The Owner's Perspective by Charles Q. Gage

A Survey of the Law of Easements in West Virginia by John W. Fisher II

Different Shades of Bias: Skin Tone, Implicit Racial Bias, and Judgments of Ambiguous Evidence by Justin D. Levinson & Danielle Young

Shoot First, Ask Questions Later: Double-Tapping under the Laws of War by Stephen W. Simpson