Stata

Is data science a necessary part of research or a project you are doing? The library now has Stata, which is a software for statistics and data. With Stata, you can explore, visualize, and model your data results. It…



New Features for Wolters Kluwer Study Aids Online Including Video, Audio

It’s already been a busy week here at the law school, but industrious students who have logged into the Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aid Library (Examples & Explanations Series, etc.) to start studying will have…



Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc.

Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc. is a case pending before the Supreme Court of the United States[1] and had its oral arguments last week.[2] What’s interesting from a law librarian’s perspective about this case is…



ROSS Intelligence Announces Law School Access Program and Corporate Partnerships

ROSS Intelligence has been busy lately! ROSS Intelligence, a legal research platform that uses AI in its search results, made two big announcements over the past week. First, ROSS is providing free accounts to its legal…



American Law Reports

  Stuck on a topic and none of your Westlaw or Lexis searches seem to be helping? Want a lot of in-depth information about a topic quickly? Find an American Law Report (A.L.R.) annotation on your topic. A.L.R.s…



Database for Native American Heritage Month: ProQuest Indian Claims Insight

Native American Heritage Month is winding down, but there’s still time to take a look at a database related to Native American history in the U.S.: ProQuest Indian Claims Insight. When the 14th Amendment’s Citizenship…



What’s in the Basement?

Have you ever wondered what’s on the first floor of the law library? Have you ever gone down there and been creeped out by the eerie silence and total lack of sunshine? Do you have an irrational fear that you will be…



The Miracle of Interlibrary Loan

Did you know that if you are a BYU Law student or faculty member and you can’t find what you need in the BYU Law library, then the Interlibrary Loan staff can order the library material for you? The Interlibrary Loan…



Google Scholar Profiles

Google Scholar profiles are becoming more prevalent with law professors. They give professors an in-depth view of data describing how their scholarly works are cited. Google Scholar allows professors to view and…



Celebrating Women’s Suffrage

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment in 2020, the BYU Law Library has unveiled an exhibit of portraits by Utah artist Brooke Smart depicting women who were influential in obtaining suffrage for…



Surprising Things You Can Check Out from the Law Library

Phone or laptop battery dying but you left your charger at home? The law library can help with that. Want to draw a Civ Pro flowchart on the whiteboard during a study room session? We can help with that too. What to…



Announcing LexisNexis Digital Library at BYU on National Read an Ebook Day

We’ve all been counting the days until National Read an Ebook Day today! Well, maybe not. I admit I still prefer a paper book for curling up with a good read. But for research and study, ebooks and databases are great…