17. February 2011 16:45
The Law Library has recently acquired new resources within Westlaw, Tribal Materials! There are three ways you can access the Tribal Law material:
1. Add the Native American Law tab.
Choose the "Add a Tab" link from the upper right-hand corner within Westlaw.
Then select "Add Westlaw Tabs"
Under Topical, check the box next to "Native American Law"
and click on the button at the bottom, "Add to My Tab Set"
You should then see the Native American Law tab added across the top, at the end of your tabs.
2. Find the Tribal Materials in the Directory.
Click on the Directory link at the top of the page. Then select the link for the Tribal Materials.
3. Use WestlawNext to search for Tribal resources.
Simply begin typing what you're looking for in the search box, and WestlawNext might suggest something for you!
Questions? Contact the Reference desk at (602) 682-6898. Or email us!
(All images belong to Thomson Reuters.)
10. February 2011 17:05
Use these links to be notified of every Arizona appellate opinion as it is released:
Remember that bar examiners often take the situations for essay questions from recent appellate decisions.
24. January 2011 09:39
Attention all incoming 1L's! We have a workshop especially for you! (And any other students who wish to brush up on study skills!) The Law Library wants you to be successful, so we've created a new workshop...Tips & Tricks for Success!
This 30 minute workshop will introduce you to searching effectively with the Law Library's catalog, and show you how to register and use AudioCaseFiles (listen to your cases!!) and CALI (online quizzes to help with your studies!).
A librarian will be available to help you with any other questions you may have (help with Westlaw or Lexis perhaps?) following the workshop.
Join us (click on the dates to RSVP):
An RSVP is helpful but not required. We hope to see you there!!
As always, if you have any questions feel free to contact us by email or (602) 682-6898! For upcoming workshops this semester visit www.phoenixlaw.edu/libraryworkshops and www.phoenixlaw.edu/librarycalendar.
Good luck with your classes!
24. January 2011 09:07
Writing on the whiteboards in the Law Library study rooms and wishing you could have kept all you’d written? Check out Mimio!* Connected to your laptop, you can record what is written on the whiteboards and save it as a PDF. More info at www.mimio.com.
*In order to check out Mimio, you need a 15 minute training on how to use it. Interested? Contact Sarah Prosory by email or(602) 682-6824.
6. January 2011 13:23
Which one of these is wrong (or at least different in meaning from the other three), and why?
(a) After Ramsauer took office as Transport Minister, he proscribed Denglish.
(b) After he took office as Transport Minister, Ramsauer proscribed Denglish.
(c) He proscribed Denglish after Ramsauer took office as Transport Minister.
(d) Ramsauer proscribed Denglish after he took office as Transport Minister.
For details, see http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/?p=2891.