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Internet Citations in Oklahoma Attorney General Opinions
107 Law Library Journal 347-375 (2015)
  • Lee Peoples
Abstract
This article reports the results of a study finding a forty-nine percent failure rate of links to Internet resources in Oklahoma attorney general opinions. This phenomenon, known as link rot and reference rot, can frustrate the efforts of future researchers, weaken public confidence in the law, undermine stare decisis, and hinder the law’s natural growth and expansion. Specific solutions for addressing the problem are proposed.
Keywords
  • link rot,
  • perma,
  • attorney general opinions,
  • reference rot,
  • internet citations
Publication Date
2015
Citation Information
107 Law Library Journal 347-375 (2015).