Remote Westlaw Access While We Are Closed

BYU Law Library patrons who are not students or faculty of the Law School can now access Westlaw by creating a personal, individual account…


Free CLE Materials for Diploma Privilege Candidates in Utah

Attention BYU Law Grads! (and anyone who is a diploma privilege candidate in Utah!) You are allowed to do 36 hours of CLE to meet your 360…


Accessing Print Materials in the BYU Law Library During This Pandemic

You may have noticed that the BYU Law Library looks a little bit different now. It's locked down to only BYU Law students and faculty. It's…


Accessing Oxford Scholarship Online

Some BYU Law students and faculty are struggling to access sources on Oxford Scholarship Online. While we are working on our IT end to fix…


Participate in History: Live Supreme Court Oral Arguments and SCOTUS Blog Seminars

We are already in the middle of a historic week in which Supreme Court oral arguments are being broadcast live for the first time.…


New Research Guide for Faculty Research Assistants

Are you going to be a research assistant for a faculty member this summer? Or, are you a faculty member that just hired a new research…


Summer and Graduate Access to WL/Lexis/BL and More

Here's the rundown on access to the major legal research databases for students over the summer, and for our 2020 graduates. Summer Access…


LawMeets 2020 Boot Camp Signup

Looking for some transactional law experience this summer? LawMeets, an M&A competition in which BYU Law students have participated in…


Now Available For This Semester: Online Casebooks and LexisNexis Study Aids

Two legal publishers, LexisNexis and Wolters Kluwer, are making electronic versions of law school casebooks and study aids available for…


A Rundown on Legal Radar

You may have seen emails lately advertising the news-feed service Legal Radar. Legal Radar is being described as a “progressive web app”…


Blast to the Past: Research in Older Versions of the U.S. Code

Recently for a project I needed statutes governing the now-defunct Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and the Interstate Commerce…


Law Journal Rankings

With submission season upon us, both law faculty and law students can submit to law reviews and journals. With so many options, how do you…