How To Research Circuit Splits Using Terms and Connectors

by Ted McClure 19. December 2011 12:16

From the blog Circuit Splits, "How To Research Circuit Splits Using Terms and Connectors".

On Westlaw, LexisNexis, and Google Scholar!

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Databases | Research | Tips

BNA Table Day Monday 12/5 & Tuesday 12/6

by Sarah Prosory 2. December 2011 16:47

Learn How our School’s BNA Resources Can Help You
• Find Paper Topics.
• Find Topics for Law Review or Journals.
• Monitor legal trends and topics.
• Prepare for class discussion.
• Research the status and impact of specific cases and legislation.
• Prepare for interviews.

Stop by the BNA table to learn about BNA resources currently available to our school. Sign up for an email update from one of our BNA’s current reports to receive a free water bottle and get a chance to win an iPad™!

Monday December 5th 10am-1pm 4041 Building D

Tuesday December 6th 10am-1pm ONC 18th Floor

FREE 2012 Federal Rules Ebooks from Legal Information Institute & CALI!

by Sarah Prosory 1. December 2011 09:18

This just in...

Legal Information Institute (from Cornell University) has teamed with CALI to provide FREE Federal Rules ebooks for 2012! Download on your ebook reader of your choice! Yes, even Kindle!

Read all about it here: http://elangdell.cali.org/content/2012-federal-rules-ebooks-legal-information-institute

Let us know in the comments if you download these, and how you like them!

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