25. July 2012 08:09
Saw this neat blog post today, titled "What I Bring to Court" from the Lawyerist.com. It discusses going paperless to court.
The Lawyerist blog has lots of great posts on legal technology, as well as starting your own firm/hanging up your own shingle. Check it out!
Image from Sean MacEntree via Flickr.com
5. July 2012 10:25
It's summer and time to relax with one of our NEW ARRIVALS. The library added
76 items to our collection in June, so come in or log on to see what's new!
Look for the symbol next to ebook titles in the catalog
Nijhuis, Michelle. 15 green books you can actually read at the beach. Retrieved from grist.org.
25. June 2012 10:07
Fastcase is putting fresh spin on the old idea of providing advanced sheets of court opinions for Kindle, Android and Nook. Furthermore, Fastcase is providing these eBook Advance Sheets for free.Each book publishes one month’s judicial opinions (designated as published and unpublished) for specific states or courts
- Available for iPad, Kindle, Android, Nook, and other e-readers
- 40 volumes published this week, approximately 300 more by the end of the month
- Advance sheets for each state, federal circuit, and U.S. Supreme Court
- Volumes begin with summaries of opinions included
- Fully searchable, with highlights, annotations, bookmarks, and other key features
- Free, and licensed under Creative Commons BY-SA license.
If you are a student, faculty member, or staff member at Phoenix School of Law, or a member of the Arizona State Bar, you have access to Fastcase.
22. June 2012 10:34
After working so hard students deserve to sit back, relax and enjoy a book unrelated to law. Well, mostly unrelated to law. Check out the Library's summer book displays!
Fun in the Sun:
and, okay, perhaps there should be some learning during the summer.
Behold, the History Book Display:
16. June 2012 10:29
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