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Case Western Reserve Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet on Scholarly Commons

The Case Western Reserve Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet is online again. In 2009, what began as the born-digital, online-only Case Western Reserve Internet Law Journal became a print publication: Case Western Reserve Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet (JOLTI). Now that print publication is available in digital format on the School of …Read the Rest

June 4, 2016

The Law School building will be closed on Saturday, June 4th. The Law Library is in the Law School building. Ergo, …

Summer Reading, 2016

Although summers tend to zip by, leaving unfinished books and other ambitions in the dust, I still get excited at the prospect of “loads of free time” (after work or while on vacation) just to relax and enjoy a good book.   The first challenge is to select, purchase or borrow the book — never mind the dozens I already own.   Since …Read the Rest

Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law (Summer and Recent Graduates)

Summer Access Lexis and Bloomberg allow students to use their accounts during the summer (of 2016) for educational and work research. Students may request to extend their Westlaw Next access during the summer for educational purposes or unpaid internships or externships. Westlaw states that keeping educational and work accounts separate is important to make students practice-ready; allow law …Read the Rest

Westlaw Summer Access 2016

For returning students (rising 2Ls and 3Ls), it’s the same policy as last year: Students must extend their passwords for the following academic uses: Summer law school classes and study abroad programs Law Review and Journal, including write-on competitions Research assistant Moot Court Unpaid internship/externship (including judicial externship) Students with summer employment in law firms, …Read the Rest

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