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Banned Books Week 2017: Documentaries

To continue with Banned Books Week, below we’ve compiled a list of documentaries that, while not about banned books specifically, tackle different instances in history where freedom of expression and access to information were fought on a national scale. For more about … Continue reading

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Great summer viewing from our DVD collection!

Looking for some summer viewing? Have you checked out our DVD collection, yet? You’ll be surprised at the variety. See classic and contemporary films! Binge-watch legal-themed TV shows! Learn about the historical impact of law & public policy! Come in … Continue reading

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Check out our Oscar Award Winning Movie Collection

Among our large collection of legal themed movies and documentaries are a number of Academy Award winners, and with the Oscars just a few days away, what better time to check them out? We’ve made them easy to find with … Continue reading

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Gideon’s Army on HBO

The new film by Dawn Porter Gideon’s Army begins airing tonight at 9pm on HBO as part of their Documentary Summer Series. The film follows three public defenders working to represent those with the least amount of voice in our … Continue reading

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New DVD: Hot Coffee!

We’ve all heard people point to the McDonald’s spilled coffee suit (Liebeck v. McDonald’s Restaurants) as evidence for tort reform. In the recently released documentary Hot Coffee, first-time filmmaker and former public interest lawyer Susan Saladoff looks into the facts … Continue reading

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