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Google has reached a settlement with the Authors Guild and the Association of American Publishers in two different law suits arising under the Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. 101....
Law Professor David R. Cleveland has two new articles out on the status of unpublished federal court opinions: Overturning the Last Stone: The Final Step in Returning...
Fascinating special issue of the journal Parliamentary History is out.  Issue 2 of volume 27 contains texts and studies relating to Parliament in the long 15th century. ...
The Federal Judicial Center has published a guide, Statutory Structure and Legislative Drafting Conventions: A Primer for Judges.  Available from here, this guide describes...
Hmm, the Chief Justice isn't so enamored with the Internet on online research.  The Des Moines Register quotes Chief Justice Roberts as saying that "[t]he Internet is a...
According to a new U.S. Census Bureau report, women in legal occupations last year earned only about 51 percent of men's salaries in the field.    The report is available...
Robert Pear of The New York Times discusses the enormous challenges of preserving the vast array of federal online government information and how countless government...
This fall, the Law Library will be hosting a series of fall research seminars focused on helping law students prepare for their supervised analytical writing (SAW)...
Following up on John's post from yesterday, below is the full list of ABA Journal's "25 Greatest Legal Films." Clicking on the title of each film will take you to our catalog...
The ABA Journal has a new article in which it rates the "25 greatest legal movies."  My Cousin Vinny at #3!!! C'mon, it was funny and all, but #3?  Compulsion all the way...

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