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Dear Students: Are you doing research that goes beyond traditional law topics: social science, business, economics, health care? Did you know that you can now search both...
Dear Students: Have you ever been to the Law Library’s Lower East Side?  You don’t have to take a train or subway to get there, but you do have to do a bit of...
There are printers, copiers, and scanners located throughout the library.  Printers: Reading Room (L3), across from the Circulation Desk Source Cite Room, inside the copy...
Use this form to ask us to look for books or periodicals that you cannot find on the shelf in the Law Library. We will search for the item and get back to you as soon as...
******Updated 9/24/2013*********************   Carrel Assignments are now available. Alphabetical Carrel Number   ******Update 9/19/2013 ********************   Carrel...
"War News from Mexico" by Richard Caton Woodville, 1848  Photo © Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Source citing a newspaper can be tricky, because many databases provide only HTML text. As a source checker, you might need to see the page image to verify the page number,...
Most of the material that is available on PACER is available in the docket databases on Bloomberg Law and Westlaw. PACER has a few more of the underlying documents and is the...
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