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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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New Acquisitions List – April 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 – April 2014

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Library Resources for Law Review Write-on and Moot Court Competitors

or, the Trials and Tribulations of Ernest Scribbler by Robert Hegadorn    As avid sports fans know, many college and professional athletes are heavily recruited to join a particular team.  But every so often, a standout player comes to the … 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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This Year’s Winning CFR color —

One of the many Government Publications that the library receives and shelves annually is the Code of Federal Regulations.  As all law students should know, the C.F.R. contains all of the current regulations from all federal agencies, organized by subject. … Continue reading

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