Notre Dame Law Review
From Copyright Experiences
When I placed my first piece with NDLR in early 2004, the editors initially asked for an assignment of my copyright. But they proved very willing to consider alternative approaches, and (as a copyright guy myself) I ended up working with them to create an agreement that may now be their standard. It gives the journal a short-term exclusive print publication license but allows posting of the article online (e.g., on SSRN) and similar uses as long as a cite to the journal is included.
— Professor James Gibson — Director, Intellectual Property Institute — University of Richmond School of Law — email@example.com — (804) 287-6398 — [View my research at http://ssrn.com/author=354288.]