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Control of the Internet

The United States has agreed to give up oversight of internet domain names to an independent body, as of October, 2016. While this transfer was agreed to a couple years ago, a Fortune article states that three successive presidential administrations have been working on this privatization. Some conservative websites speculate that the United Nations will …Read the Rest

Citizens’ Recording of Police Interactions in Cleveland, OH

In 2011, The Civilian Police Board announced the following accomplished initiative: “Chief McGrath signed Cleveland Division of Police Divisional Notice 11-265 and distributed it to every member of the division.” (1) According to Peter Krouse at Cleveland.com, the legal review requested by Chief McGrath concluded that a bystander “is generally within his rights” to use a cell phone to …Read the Rest

ProQuest Databases

CWRU Law patrons may access ProQuest databases (Congressional Hearings, Congressional with Serial Set, Legislative Insight, Regulatory Insight, Statistical Insight) here.

LibGuides Are Here

The Judge Ben C. Green Law Library has acquired LibGuides to help students, faculty, and staff navigate the wide variety of print and digital information that is available to them as members of the CWRU community, the OhioLINK community, and citizens of the world. Typical items included in research-related LibGuides would include topical print and …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, …

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