Author Archives: Sharon Bradley

Google Wins

The Chronicle of Higher Education reported on the Google Books lawsuit. On Thursday, Nov. 14, Denny Chin, Circuit Judge for the Southern District of New York, ruled that Google’s use of copyrighted works in its Google Books program counts as … Continue reading

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Lead Me to a Job

As part of her Lunch-n-Learn program, Sharon Bradley highlighted two databases that are useful for a job search. ALM Legal Intelligence – Law firm profiles prepared by ALM, publisher of the American Lawyer and National Law Journal. Provides rankings and surveys … Continue reading

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Westlaw Printers are Gone

This summer, Westlaw removed all of their dedicated student printers from the law schools nationwide. Printing Westlaw documents is still possible using regular law school printers but it is not free. The Company Rationale Legal practitioners’ workflows no longer rely … Continue reading

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Alex is Back

The portrait of Judge Alexander Campbell King returned today. He’s been repaired and cleaned and ready to oversee a new class of law students. Read more about the portrait and the library’s namesake.

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Alexander Takes a Trip

The portrait of the Law Library’s namesake, Alexander Campbell King, has been removed for cleaning and repair. We hope to have him back before the start of Fall term. See some pictures and read more about Judge King and the … Continue reading

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Change in Westlaw access

I few weeks ago I posted information about access to your CALR accounts over the Summer, well for new graduates the rules for Westlaw are changing. Rather than your access ending July 31 it is now extended thru November 2013.  … Continue reading

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CALR Summer Access

Before heading off to your Summer internship or real, for money job, make sure your online research accounts are in order and that you understand any restrictions or limitations. Bloomberg Law Returning students have unrestricted access over the summer. Graduating … Continue reading

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