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“The curse of racism continues to haunt the Nation,” observed Robert C. Post in the opening line of his 1991 article “Racist Speech, Democracy, and the First Amendment.” In...
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Many students may not be aware of the Yale Law Library services and benefits they can take advantage of while on their break, even if they are far from school. Here are the...
We often get questions about how to locate JSD Dissertations. Yale JSD Dissertations are available to the Yale community. Recent dissertations, those published within the...
In honor of the Theoretical Law and Economics Conference, to be held at the Yale Law School December 7-8, 2012 and sponsored by the Oscar M. Ruebhausen Fund, here are some of...
If you attended the Yale Law Journal’s presentation on writing a student note or comment and are motivated to transform your ideas into a publishable, scholarly work, the...
Stanford Law School hosted the 7th Annual CELS on November 8-10, 2012. CELS is a call to action for legal scholars, according to keynote speaker Ian Ayres. Given computer...
Google Scholar is fast, cheap, and scrapes a large swath of inter-disciplinary scholarship. However, it often returns unmanageable numbers of hits. For years, Google was...
The Law Library Reference Collection is shelved in the new Reference Room, formerly the Periodical Reading Room at the South end of the L3 Reading Room.  More importantly,...
ProQuest has a bibliography of Congressional documents on the issue of same sex marriage available here.  If connected to the Yale network, click on the links to be directed...
The law library and the University library provide a wide array of resources which can assist with your research on constitutions of foreign countries. Two major subscription...

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