Buried Treasure: Legal Research Guides

If you need to brush up on your legal research skills the library can help. You may want to check out the Legal Research Guides that the library has put together and that are found in the "For Law Students" section of…



Attention Source Pullers

I recently created a list showing where to find PDFs of legal sources for a presentation I did for JPL and I thought I'd share it with anyone who wants to use it. (As a former source puller myself I know help is always…



Welcome, New Students!

On behalf of the law library faculty and staff I want to welcome all of our new students for the 2007-08 school year. We're grateful that you have chosen to be part of the J. Reuben Clark Law School community and we…



Congressional Content Online

The Law Library has recently acquired access to several important Congressional resources online. These resources are especially valuable to anyone involved in federal legislative history research. With this recent…



Passing of President Faust

My day started out on a sad note when reference assistant Gary Millward told me that President James E. Faust had passed away during the night. I had never met President Faust but, as I'm sure many members of the LDS…



Professor EchoHawk’s Devotional

Yesterday the Law School's own Professor Larry EchoHawk spoke at the University Devotional. I attended with my colleague, David Armond. As Professor EchoHawk spoke about his life's journey, I was struck by the enormity…



Welcome!

Welcome to the Hunter Law Library's new blog. In the future, we'll be posting research tips, links to "buried treasures" within our website, and other items of general interest to the law school and law library…