23. June 2010 06:19
Do you read the The New York Times on the web? Want to get updated on new articles about law school and/or the legal profession? Be sure to check out two relevant "Times Topics" feeds that include commentary and archived articles regarding law schools and the legal profession. Scroll to the bottom to search within the selection of articles.
You can even add the RSS feed to your favorite blog reader.
Click here for the RSS feed for law school.
Click here for the RSS feed for the legal profession.
22. June 2010 01:04
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Need help with the new privacy settings on Facebook? Here is a fantastic how-to video and explanation on how to get more privacy with Facebook's new privacy settings, brought to you by the Electronic Frontier Foundation via the Law Librarian Blog. This is particularly important for anyone considering criminal practice or civil procescutions (including administrative law practices).
Also from the Law Librarian Blog, a reminder for professors to be mindful of what they post on Facebook.
21. June 2010 13:41
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Hearings on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) nominee Elena Kagan begin next week (Monday, June 28th). There are some great web resources to follow this fascinating process. The Law Library of Congress has a collection of resources about her. Georgetown Law School has an even more exhaustive guide to the Supreme Court nomination process. Lastly, C-SPAN broadcast a Supreme Court presentation on the nomination, they have numerous videos, documents, and links related to her nomination, and the network is expected to broadcast next week's hearings too.