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…



Time for the New York Times

Fall is in the air here in Utah, which means it's time for new BYU Law students to set up their accounts to the online New York Times! You should receive an email from the New York Times with registration information…



Don’t Wait Until December to Use Our Study Aids!

BYU Law students and even alumni have access to many different study aids through the BYU Law Library. For example, we have the Examples & Explanations Series, Gilbert Law Summaries, Nutshells, Law in a Flash…



Summer/Graduate Research Access: Lexis, Westlaw, Bloomberg & Casetext

When you aren’t thinking about finals, you are probably asking yourself: can I use my research accounts this summer? The answer is: Lexis, Bloomberg & Casetext: You can use them whenever, wherever. Westlaw: No…



Casetext with CARA AI: Keyword-free Legal Research

Search for caselaw without using keywords? That’s the goal of CARA AI from Casetext. Casetext, a legal research alternative to Westlaw and Lexis, uses CARA AI (Case Analysis Research Assistant, Artificial Intelligence)…



How To Be a Legal Hacker

The Global Legal Hackathon is coming up this weekend, and BYU Law is getting involved again. The Hackathon's purpose is simple: make it easier for lawyers and non-lawyers to engage with the law through thoughtfully…



Shedding Light on Racially Restrictive Covenants

Richard Rothstein's book The Color of Law, this semester's LawReads title, describes the causes and long-lasting socio-economic effects of racially restrictive covenants in housing deeds. Some online projects are…



Job Posting – Legal Technology and Research Librarian

The Howard W. Hunter Law Library at Brigham Young University seeks applicants for the position of Legal Technology and Research Librarian, a professional faculty position (continuing faculty status track), to begin Fall…