Scholarly Commons Downloads

During the month of December, the following were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law Scholarly Commons:

Scholarly Commons Downloads

During the month of July, the following were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from the GW Law Scholarly Commons:

Scholarly Commons Downloads

During the month of November, the following articles were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law’s Scholarly Commons:

■Gregory E. Maggs.  “The Holder in Due Course Doctrine as a Default Rule.” (570 downloads)

■Gregory E. Maggs.  “Ipse Dixit:  The Restatement (Second) of Contracts and the Modern Development of Contract Law.” (513 downloads)

■Renee Lettow Lerner.  “Thomas Nast’s Crusading Legal Cartoons.” (470 downloads)

Scholarly Commons Downloads

During the month of October, the following articles were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law’s Scholarly Commons:

■Renee Lettow Lerner.  “Thomas Nast’s Crusading Legal Cartoons.” (492 downloads)

■Gregory E. Maggs.  “Ipse Dixit:  The Restatement (Second) of Contracts and the Modern Development of Contract Law.” (419 downloads)

■Gregory E. Maggs.  “The Holder in Due Course Doctrine as a Default Rule.” (413 downloads)

Scholarly Commons Downloads

During the month of August, the following articles were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law’s Scholarly Commons:

■Robert Brauneis. “Copyright and the World’s Most Popular Song.” (350 downloads)

■Gregory E. Maggs. “Ipse Dixit: The Restatement (Second) of Contracts and the Modern Development of Contract Law.” (299 downloads)

■Gregory E. Maggs. “The Holder in Due Course Doctrine as a Default Rule.” (268 downloads)

Scholarly Commons Downloads

During the month of July, the following articles were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law’s Scholarly Commons:

■Robert Brauneis.  “Copyright and the World’s Most Popular Song.” (473 downloads)

■Gregory E. Maggs.  “The Holder in Due Course Doctrine as a Default Rule.” (277 downloads)

■Steven L. Schooner.  “Foreword to Scholarly Writing:  Ideas, Examples, and Execution.” (223 downloads)