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January 8, 2014
Exams are upon us. Although this can be a stressful time, the law library has a variety of resources to help. Some of our study aids that deal with exam preparation and...
 The common law common-placed : containing, the substance and effect of all the common law cases dispersed in the body of the law (London, 1726)
January 8, 2014
Giles Jacob (1686–1744), the leading legal writer of his age, was notable less for his style—Alexander Pope lampooned him in his Dunciad, calling Jacob “the blunderbuss of...
January 7, 2014
Extended hours for law students will start on Monday, January 6th and end on Wednesday, January 15th.  Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am - 2:00 am Friday: 8:00 am - 12:00 midnight...
The Law against Bankrupts, or, A Treatise Wherein the Statutes against Bankrupts are Explained (London, 1694)
January 3, 2014
Works on bankruptcy are well represented among the Taussig acquisitions. What might be called early English bankruptcy law established procedures against debtors who...
January 2, 2014
Due to predicted weather conditions, it is highly likely that we will have very limited library services Friday January 3rd. We plan to keep the library open, but expect...
January 2, 2014
An earlier blog post documents the open-access and subscription online tools for tracking down UN documents: UNODS, UNBISNET and AccessUN, online access to the Readex United...
December 27, 2013
The Lillian Goldman Law Library’s 2013 holiday card features an image from one of this year’s acquisitions. The image is the headpiece from the opening chapter in...

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