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Loony Laws & Silly Statutes

The Law Library staff has put together a "Wellness Collection" located on the New Book Shelf , as well as, a brand new Law Student Wellness Guide for all to use for their benefit and well-being.  As "laughter is the best medicine" this we ...

Posted Oct 16, 2018 by Eric Taylor, Evening Reference Librarian

There is a bootleg Bluebook, do know how to tell the real one from the fake?

As you learn how to use Bluebook citations in your law classes, please be aware that there is a bootleg copy of the Bluebook being sold online.  The first thing you might notice about the fake copy is that the cover of your Bluebook is ...

Posted Oct 9, 2018 by Jenny Zook, Reference Librarian

Need some study help? Check out the Library's study aid collection

Congratulations on finishing the first month of the semester in style! Before you know it, midterms will be upon us, and then we'll be approaching Halloween and Thanksgiving. As you begin to settle into your studying rhythm, keep in mind the Law ...

Posted Oct 3, 2018 by Kristopher Turner

Two New Tools for Foreign and International Law Research

Looking for a historical treatise in international law? Or perhaps the German Civil Code from the 18th Century? Check out two new recent supplements to  The Making of Modern Law * collection, giving you the opportunity to search a vast amou ...

Posted Sep 26, 2018 by Sunil Rao,

Are Robot Lawyers Coming to Take My Job? A Few Notes on AI

In short, no. In future-- maybe. For now, robot lawyers are still a dream of the distant, Star Trek future. AI (augmented intelligence- commonly misnomered as “artificial intelligence”) still has a long ways to go until so-called robot lawye ...

Posted Sep 21, 2018 by Emma E Babler

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