Chapman Law Review
From Copyright Experiences
The relevant section from CLR's standard Publication Agreement follows:
3. Author's Ownership of Copyright and Reservation of Rights
(a) The copyright in the work remains with CLR unless the Author has independently copyrighted the Work.
(b) Author retains the rights to:
(i) reproduce and distribute the Work, and to authorize others to reproduce and distribute the Work, in any format, to students for classroom use, at or below cost;
(ii) include the Work, in whole or in part, in another work of which Author is the sole or joint author or editor, provided that, in either circumstance, the Author may not submit a work for publication that is substantially the same as the Work to another periodical, without the permission of CLR, sooner than one (1) year after publication of the Work, or two (2) years after execution of this Agreement, whichever occurs first, and provided further that such work identifies the Author, the CLR, the volume, the number of the first page, and the year of the Work's publication in the CLR; and,
(iii) post the Work, in whole or in part, on any internet or intranet site over which Author has effective control, provided that such site identifies the Author, the CLR, the volume, the number of the first page and the year of the Work's publication in the CLR.