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…


Meet the RAs This Semester

This semester we have a team of 7 wonderful RAs who work on faculty research projects and assist students at the Reference Desk. Meet them…


New Version of the LexisNexis Digital Library Now Available

LexisNexis and Overdrive have released a major update of the LexisNexis Digital Library. Here are a few things you should know. When you…


Bar Application Resources

'Tis the season for Bar applications. Did you know that the BYU Law Library has a few resources to help you out? There are several notaries…


UniCourt, a Docket & Legal Analytics Tool, Now Available at BYU Law

One of our goals at the law library is to prepare students for Life After Law School by providing access to a wide variety of technologies,…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


Google Scholar Profiles

Google Scholar profiles are becoming more prevalent with law professors. They give professors an in-depth view of data describing how…


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…