Frequently Asked Questions


What materials does Mitchell Hamline Open Access collect?

Mitchell Hamline Open Access collects the intellectual output of Mitchell Hamline School of Law including published scholarly articles, conference proceedings, and lectures.

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What copyright issues apply?

The same copyright issues apply to Mitchell Hamline Open Access as apply to any reprinting, posting, or copying request. When submitting previously published work, please review your author agreement to see what the journal or publisher allows. If you need further assistance, contact Jean Boos.

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How do I revise a submission?

To revise a submission that has been previously posted to the repository, notify Jean Boos or Sean Felhofer.

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Can I post a reprint from a journal?

It depends on what your author agreement with the journal allows. If you do not have a copy of your author agreement, copyright permission for many publishers can be found at SHERPA RoMEO and/or Copyright Clearance Center. If you do not find the publisher at either of these sites you can contact the journal directly. Contact Jean Boos if you have questions about obtaining copyright permission.

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