A great idea for those trying to understand property conveyances and what Blackacre is. Check it out.
Thanks to the Legal Blog Watch.
Tags: law school, law school rankings
Tired of getting law school advertisements and brochures in the mail? Read what one professor had to say about receiving law school “junk mail”.
Source: Law Librarian Blog
Tags: law libraries, legal research
Tags: job performance, professional conduct
Thanks to the Law Student blog.
Tags: card catalog
Over the next few months, you may notice some changes happening to the law library. One of these changes is we are getting rid of the manual card catalog!
But don’t worry! Our online catalog is still available for use, of course.
Above: Bob Eaton sorts through the cards looking for ways to recycle them.
Congratulations to all the graduates this past weekend. Best of luck for your future!
Tags: tax laws, taxes
Tags: databases, online research
Want a chance to win a free Ipod Touch or other prizes? Then sign up for a free trial of ABC-CLIO. Do a variety of research among all educational levels and interests, including history and U.S. Government. Within the free trial is a chance to win prizes by filling out quizzes based on the databases. It’s all in promotion of National Library Week..
Tags: blogging, blogs, crime, crime stories
…then you might want to go find out what the top 50 Crime Blogs are!
Tags: juries, jurors, jury selection
From the Legal Blog Watch: “Something smelled in the Massachusetts Superior Court courtroom. The smell pierced through even into the judge’s lobby. Turned out, the smell was a juror — the juror’s body odor, to be precise. So the judge dismissed her. You can read more about it here.