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New Website

The Judge Ben C. Green Law Library is please to announce the launch of its new website!

115th Congress: The First Day

The 115th Congress will connive on January 3, 2017.* The Congressional Research Service recently updated its publications about the first day of a new congress, Judy Schneider and Michael L. Koempel, The First Day of a New Congress: A Guide to Proceedings on the Senate Floor (2016) and Judy Schneider and Michael L. Koempel, The …Read the Rest

Lexis Service Reminder for School of Law Faculty Members

A friendly reminder that lexis.com® will retire for law school customers on December 31, 2016. 100% of content on lexis.com is now accessible on Lexis Advance®. You’ll also find that Lexis Advance delivers similar features to lexis.com® plus additional functionality and tools that make it easier to use. A variety of resources are available to …Read the Rest

Genghis Khan and the Modern World

In Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World, Jack Weatherford provides a litany of benefits that arose from the Mongol Empire created by Genghis Khan and his descendants for a long time. The topics are an intriguing mixture of (future) international law norms and concepts people usually associate with a more modern era. …Read the Rest

Possible Shortage Looming in the Law Library

Staff has never seen it happen so quickly. “It’s amazing, and surprising, to see them come together this early into finals,” one library staff member acknowledged. “I’m surprised to see this so soon — we usually don’t see something like this until the end of finals,” another stunned library staffer added. “We might see them …Read the Rest

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