Tag Archives: Legal Research

Nouveau Livre: The Mexican Legal System

While much of the Law Library collection focuses on U.S. law, it also has resources covering foreign and international jurisdictions from around the world.  For example, the Law Library just added the new third edition of The Mexican Legal System: … Continue reading

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App of the Week: Black’s Law Dictionary

This week’s featured app is Black’s Law Dictionary® 9th Edition. Black’s, of course, is widely considered to be the definitive legal dictionary, but at $54.99 to download, this might be the most expensive app you ever consider loading onto your … Continue reading

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App of the Week: Bloomberg BNA Law Reports

This week’s featured app is Bloomberg’s BNA Law Reports. The app lets you use your iPhone to access original, authoritative and timely reporting and analysis and find key legal, legislative, regulatory and business developments in numerous practice areas, including Labor … Continue reading

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New Resources in Lexis and Westlaw

Check out the first pages you see after logging in to LexisAdvance and WestlawNext: there are new resources front and center. On Lexis, the news pane on the carousel is now labeled ‘Law 360.’ Law 360 is a subscription news … Continue reading

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App of the Week!

Want to learn more about legal apps?  The Law Library is giving out “app cards” featuring a different legal or productivity app each week.  Look for the display at the Circulation Desk and collect ’em all!

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Searching HeinOnline

When you have a specific citation it is easy to use HeinOnline to browse and go straight to your document.  However, did you know that you can also search HeinOnline? This 4 1/2 min. video demonstrates how you can do … Continue reading

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1Ls: We are Hiring RAs!

Attention Class of 2015: The Law Library is hiring rising 2L students for our corps of Research Assistants. These students perform short-term research projects for law faculty and also work shifts at the Reference Desk. Pay is $10/hr, with a … Continue reading

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