Monthly Archives: November 2014

Finals Prep Driving You Bananas?

by Lori Strickler Feverishly finishing your outline? Find that you’re just not quite sure what the Erie Doctrine actually entails? Having trouble distinguishing between a testamentary trust and a totten trust? Wish you could work on some practice questions to … Continue reading

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New Library Acquisitions – October 2014

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

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In Memoriam: Elizabeth Devlin (VLS ’76), Librarian and Associate Director of the Law Library

Elizabeth Devlin had a deep relationship with the Villanova University School of Law, both as a student and a librarian.  Born in 1926, she received her J.D. from VLS at the age of 50, quickly followed by a library degree … Continue reading

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What do you (not) know?  Look it up in the Law Library!

by Robert Hegadorn An education isn’t how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It’s being able to differentiate between what you do know and what you don’t.  It’s knowing where to go to find … Continue reading

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