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What is Blockchain, Anyway?

Bitcoin and blockchain: unless you’ve been living in a hole (or inside a legal textbook, for which we won’t fault you!) for the last few months, it’s likely that you’ve noticed these two popular buzzwords being bandied about in the news. ...

Posted Feb 22, 2018 by Emma E Babler

New Book - Rights of Prisoners, 5th ed. (2017)

Michael B. Mushlin, Rights of Prisoners, 5th ed., Thomson Reuters, 2017 Print - Law Library Stacks: KF9731 .G6 2017 Online - Westlaw (UW Law School access only) Today's book review introduces the Fifth Edition of Rights of Prisoners (2017) ...

Posted Feb 15, 2018 by Eric Taylor, Evening Reference Librarian

Check out the brand-new UW Law School Digital Repository

   Have you ever wanted to search through the thousands of great articles that your professors (and their predecessors) have written while working at UW Law? How about locating great articles from the archives of the Wisconsin Law Revi ...

Posted Feb 8, 2018 by Kristopher Turner

Online Resource for Comparative Constitutional Research

Are you beginning a project involving comparative and/or historical constitutional research? HeinOnline's World Constitutions Illustrated (WCI) is a great place to start. WCI makes available the current constitution for every country in its ori ...

Posted Jan 31, 2018 by Sunil Rao,

Welcome Back Law Students

Now that the winter break is over and classes have resumed, a quick reminder of services that the law library provides to support your success in law school.  A first step--if you haven't done this already--is to bookmark the law library's ...

Posted Jan 24, 2018 by Jenny Zook, Reference Librarian


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