Monthly Archives: April 2014

Summer access to Bloomberg Law, Lexis Advance and Westlaw Next

by Matt McGovern As the summer approaches, the question always comes up: “What happens to my Westlaw/Lexis/Bloomberg access while I’m working over the summer?”  As always, the library is here to answer all of your questions and make your research transition … Continue reading

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It’s the Finals Countdown…

But you don’t have to go it alone! Check out the law library’s Study Aids, Strategies & Exam Prep Libguide for study tips, lists of hornbooks, nutshells and other study guides available in the library (and online) as well as … Continue reading

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Think Globally but Drink, Eat and Play Locally—and for Free!

by Lori Strickler Updated 4/25 to include the answers! Earth Day is celebrated on April 22nd and what better way to honor the planet than by learning about the legal tools you can use to protect it? And did we … Continue reading

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Print Lives On!

by Amy Spare Old books take on new forms in an interesting exhibit currently on display at theKimmel Center.  The artist Long-Bin Chen has skillfully sawed, knifed, and sanded books to created busts of noted composers. The results are stunning … Continue reading

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New Acquisitions List – March 2014

Here is the list of all materials acquired by the law library last month. If you are interested in any of these resources, feel free to come by the library and ask us! New Library Acquisitions – March 2014

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Resources for Venture Capital and Entrepreneurship

by Matt McGovern Today Matt Hermann, Senior Managing Director of Ascension Ventures, a venture capital firm spoke about his work at a video conference hosted by the Center for Law, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He provided insights into the ways that … Continue reading

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Quotable Quotations for your Legal Writing

by Robert Hegadorn As student lawyers are aware, our system of law in the United States relies greatly on precedent, and to demonstrate precedent in your legal writing you must cite to authority, and citing to authority generally requires you … Continue reading

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