STANFORD, Calif., February 15, 2011--The Stanford Law Review is the first general-interest law review to publish both e-book and print editions. The current editions, Volume 63, Issues 1 and 2, are now available for all major e-book readers, including the Kindle, Nook, and iPad. The remaining editions will be available in the coming months.
"As a nationally renowned law review based in Silicon Valley, we wanted to embrace emerging technology to offer readers enriched access to our content and enhance their ability to engage with the material," said Masha Hansford, President of Volume 63 of the Stanford Law Review. E-book format offers readers the convenience to download each new issue quickly and search for key terms and case names.
Digital editions of the Stanford Law Review can be found for the Kindle in the Amazon store (and its UK store), for the Nook at Barnes & Noble, for the iPad in the iTunes bookstore, Kindle app, and Nook app, and for the Sony, ePub, and RTF formats at Smashwords.
The Stanford Law Review partnered with Quid Pro Books for the e-book release. In addition to being the exclusive digital publisher for the Stanford Law Review, Quid Pro Books is a digital publisher of books on law, legal history, and sociology.
The Stanford Law Review is edited by students at Stanford Law School and publishes legal scholarship written by law students, professors, judges, and practitioners.
For additional information about the e-book release, please contact Masha Hansford at mhansford (at) stanford (dot) edu.