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We’re Going to Need a Bigger Cake: Military Law and the Marine Corps Birthday

Founded on November 10, 1775 when the Second Continental Congress passed a resolution decreeing that “two Battalions of Marines be raised” the United States Marine Corps is the second oldest branch of the Armed Forces, founded a mere 4 months later … 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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Another Year of Informative Fun at the Legal Research Fair!

by Benjamin Carlson On the afternoon of October 2, the Second Annual Legal Research fair brought librarians, information vendors, students, and faculty together for fun, information, food, and a chance at our grand prize!  (more on that down below) For … Continue reading

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Research Advice for Your Summer Job

All law students, no matter what their summer jobs, can be sure that legal research will be one of their job duties.  Research in the real world can be a shock to anyone who has only searched in the comfort … Continue reading

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