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Students — Share Your Thoughts

Current law students, in particular, are invited to share their feedback about library services through a short online survey. The survey is only one page long, but will help us understand student perspectives as we adjust priorities over both the short and longer term. Thank you, in advance, for your assistance.

Study Hall Extended Hours and Access Restrictions

Dear Students, Effective Saturday, the library will begin our extended hours for the reading period and finals. Please see the library schedule online for full details of our augmented study-hall hours. During this period, the library staff will be checking IDs and refusing most access by patrons other than law students. All other visitors will …Read the Rest

On getting online state codes (mostly) right

I recently had occasion to confirm a citation to the codified statutes of Wisconsin. Wisconsin happens to be one of the minority of states that produces both a directly state-published statutory Code and a commercially published (West, in this case) annotated code. But the quality of the online availability of the “official” code, the Wisconsin …Read the Rest

“LibGuide” list of government website statuses

Lisa Peters blogged last week about some of the notable impacts of the government shutdown on government websites. A research librarian at Florida State’s main library is now editing this list on the “LibGuides” platform, cataloging websites that are either stagnant or fully inoperative, and providing some alternative suggestions for researchers.

IRS Controversy: What is a 501(c)(4) anyway?

Primary Sources Selected Recent Articles of Interest Disclosure Issues Other Aspects of Political Participation and Non-profit Tax Status Allegations of inappropriate IRS investigations of the tax status of “tea party” groups have put so-called 501(c)(4) groups in the headlines. Section 501 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code (i.e. Title 26 of the U.S. Code) identifies …Read the Rest

Library Access During Finals

Effective today, the library has begun our extended hours for the reading period and finals. Please see the library schedule online for full details on the extent of hours. Please help us maintain a good study space for you and your colleagues. During this period, the library staff will be checking IDs and refusing most …Read the Rest