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CALI Lessons

Do you need to brush up on torts or property?  How about business associations or tax?  CALI might be just the resource you need to get up to speed.  The Law Library’s subscription to CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal … Continue reading

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Congress and the Courts

Article III of the Constitution begins “The judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.”  From the creation of … Continue reading

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Circuit Splits

Circuit splits are a popular topic for student law journal Notes.  About this time of year, law journal editors are beginning (or at least think about beginning) to ponder their Note topics.  If you’re looking for a circuit split and can’t … Continue reading

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Leadership Library

  Next week is Placement Break and we know many of you will be working on securing a job.  The Library has a few resources that can supplement your job search.  One of them is an electronic source called The … Continue reading

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Environmental Law Reporter

If you’re interested in environmental law you should become familiar with the library’s subscription to the Environmental Law Reporter.  ELR is a “one-stop environmental law and policy research site with access to over 40 years of ELR analysis, extensive links … Continue reading

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The New THOMAS

For several years now, THOMAS.gov has served as a valuable place to find free legislative information on the internet.   Researchers can find bills, public laws, legislative history information and more.  Today the Library of Congress unveiled the successor to THOMAS, … Continue reading

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Happy Constitution Day!

Today is Constitution Day–a day in which we celebrate the signing of the U.S. Constitution by members of the Constitutional Convention on September 17, 1787.   If you were near Mount Vernon you could go take a look at George Washington’s … Continue reading

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Chicago Manual of Style Online

If you’re working on a journal or writing a paper, one of the resources that can be extremely useful is the Chicago Manual of Style.  The Law Library offers you access to the online version of the Chicago Manual of … Continue reading

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Listen to Cases

Classes are now underway and that means lots of cases to read.  If you’re looking for a way to mix things up a bit, the law library has access to a number of cases in .mp3 format.  These audio files … Continue reading

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Executive Privilege and CRS Reports

Executive privilege has been in the news lately as President Obama has asserted it for the first time in his presidency.  The Wall Street Journal recently published a list of executive privilege assertions over the past 50 years.  As a law … Continue reading

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