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The Yale Law Librarian’s Knowledge Base is a collection of articles, blog posts, tutorials, research guides and more that students can use to find information and research...
Dear Students: Are you headed out of town for the holiday breaks? Do you like to study from your apartment on cold Saturday mornings? If so, you can still access all of...
Idleness of Sisyphus by Sandro Chia
  Searching for trends in the common law is a Sisyphean task for several reasons. First, most cases are never reported. So, tracking trends at the trial level requires...
Dear Students: Whether it’s a quick question about blue book citation format or an in-depth request for study design assistance, research/reference librarians are here...
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...
In preparing to implement the “next generation of the judiciary’s Case Management / Electronic Case Files System”, the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts recently...
Below you will find a list of decisions of Interest of the United States Supreme Court during the 2013-2014 Term- with links to opinions and oral arguments. ...
Computer-headed figure by Keith Haring
  R is quickly becoming the preferred software for statistical analysis. It is free, open source, and has a broad international following. Though the landing page for “...
Many professors have uploaded previous exams for students to use as study aids. Yale Law School students can access these exams from our Morris catalog.  Search for the name...

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