We are pleased to announce the Legal Priorities Project has started a new Law Research Centers Papers series within the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN).
View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Legal-Priorities-Project-RES.html
Subscribe: https://hq.ssrn.com/jourInvite.cfm?link=Legal-Priorities-Project-RES

The Legal Priorities Project Working Paper Series aims to disseminate multidisciplinary, foundational legal research that tackles the world's most pressing problems. This currently leads to a focus on the protection of future generations. Our research explores areas that are likely to have an outsized impact on the long-term trajectory of human civilization, such as artificial intelligence, synthetic biology and biorisk, and institutional design. We also carry out "meta-research" that aims to determine which problems legal researchers should work on to best protect the well-being of future generations. This series includes both working papers and published articles inspired by our research agenda.

The Legal Priorities Project is an independent, global research project founded by researchers from Harvard University. Our researchers and affiliates are based both at top law schools and private research centers worldwide, including Harvard University, ITAM, MIT, Georgetown University, University of Denver, Oxford University, ANU, and OpenAI, among others.

You can subscribe to these areas at no cost, by clicking on the "subscribe" links listed above.

Modify or change your SSRN Subscriptions. For instructions on how to change subscriptions view the SSRN Support Center.

Questions? Please visit the SSRN Support Center or call 877-SSRNHelp (877 777 6435) in the United States, or +1 212 448 2500 outside of the United States.

SSRN's searchable library contains abstracts, full bibliographic data, and author contact information for more than 1,000,000 papers, more than 684,000 authors, and full text for more than 917,300 papers. This content can be accessed at https://papers.ssrn.com.

SSRN supports open access by allowing authors to upload papers to the platform for free through the SSRN User HeadQuarters at https://hq.ssrn.com - and by providing free downloading of those papers.

Downloads from SSRN in the past 12 months total more than 22.9 million, with more than 185.3 million downloads since inception.

Searching on an individual's name in the author field on our search page at https://ssrn.com/search provides a directory of scholars that includes contact information for authors, including email, postal, telephone, and fax information.

SSRN's objective is to provide rapid, worldwide distribution of research to authors and their readers and to facilitate communication among them at the lowest possible cost. In pursuit of this objective, we allow authors to upload papers without charge. And, any paper an author uploads to SSRN is downloadable for free, worldwide.

The Legal Scholarship Network (LSN) hosts research content. You can subscribe to new content notifications through the SSRN User HeadQuarters at https://hq.ssrn.com.


Bernard Black and Ronald J. Gilson
Legal Scholarship Network

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

This is an occasional email to help you get the most out of SSRN. To unsubscribe from ALL publications, including SSRN eJournals, click here.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

You are receiving this email because you are subscribed to one or more related SSRN eJournal in the Legal Scholarship Network.

Occasionally, we may email you about new research networks and solutions that we think may be valuable to you for your research needs. To ensure we deliver the best communications experience for you, if you prefer not to receive these email updates from SSRN, please use the unsubscribe links above.