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The Law Library Shares Summer Reads: Part 2

We are back with round two from librarians and staff with summer reading recommendations. If you missed round one, check it out too!   From Russia with Love by Ian Fleming Dave Eveland, Access Services Associate   “One of the … Continue reading

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The Law Library Shares Summer Reads: Part 1

What have you been up to this summer? Amidst vacations, conferences and facility projects our librarians and staff have managed to keep reading some varied and interesting titles. Here is a selection of recent reads from across the library, almost … Continue reading

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On Reserve Podcast Episode 6: Faculty Scholarship

In this episode Research & Copyright Services Law Librarian Stephen Wolfson has a conversation with Dean for Faculty Affairs and health law scholar Elizabeth Weeks about her book Healthism and the process of collaborating on this work with a coauthor … Continue reading

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From the Collection: Titles on Women’s Leadership and Women in the Law

“One day in second grade, I was so engrossed in a book that I forgot where I was until the teacher put her hand on my shoulder. Later she told the whole class: ‘Barbara was so interested in reading that … Continue reading

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Featured Acquisition: The Myth of the Litigious Society

The Myth of the Litigious Society: Why We Don’t Sue by David M. Engel Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2016 Balcony KF1251 .E54 2016 Why do Americans seem to sue at the slightest provocation? The answer may surprise you: … Continue reading

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