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Summer and Post-Graduation Access to Bloomberg Law, Lexis Advance, and Westlaw

Graduating 3Ls: Bloomberg Law – Your access to Bloomberg Law will continue for six months after graduation.  During that time you may use Bloomberg for research related to bar preparation, interview preparation, private study or employment. You do not need … Continue reading

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Quick Overview: Admiralty & Maritime Law

by Robert Hegadorn Admiralty & Maritime Law is a comprehensive body of American law dealing with ships  (vessels) and commerce conducted over bodies of water.  Included within the scope of admiralty law are concepts of contract law, tort law, labor … Continue reading

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Interested in International Law?

by Robert Hegadorn “International Law” is not just a buzz-phrase heard on the news, or exclusively the province of the scholars of legal history, poring over dusty documents from the Nuremburg Tribunal.  “International law” issues can find their way into … Continue reading

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The Enid H. Adler, Esq. Collection on the International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court (ICC), an outgrowth of the WWII Nuremberg trials of Nazi leaders, is the world’s only permanent, independent, treaty-based international criminal court with jurisdiction over individual culpability for Crimes Against Humanity, War Crimes, Genocide and the Crime … Continue reading

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It’s Crunch Time!

How can it be? Do exams really start a week from today? The spring exam period is so short compared to the fall so you may be wondering how you’re going to cram in all of that studying into just … Continue reading

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How to Be a Well-Informed Interviewee this Winter Break

Are you a 1L assigned to complete a mock interview before next semester? Or a 2L or 3L who might be looking to make some professional networking connections over the winter break? Or just interested in researching potential employers? You … 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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