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Regulatory Insight is now available for currently-affiliated CWRU faculty, students, and staff. It contains administrative law histories organized by public law, allowing quick and fairly comprehensive regulatory research in a manner similar to the way Legislative Insight allows fast, comprehensive legislative history research for public laws.
The Law Library has acquired a trial subscription, for currently-affiliated patrons, to Regulatory Insight, which covers 1936-2016. The trial end Jan. 17, 2016. Please contact the Reference Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.
On November 23, 2015, Lexis announced that it had acquired Lex Machina (and its entire staff), which had been marketing itself for $30-$35 million. The sale price was not disclosed. The Law Library recently added the free resources available from Lex Machina to our CWRU Law Library Research Databases list. Law schools can access the …Read the Rest…
Kelvin Smith Library recently added Kanopy Streaming Service to the campus wide access databases. Kanopy provides many documentary films that CWRU faculty use frequently in classes. What is special about Kanopy is that faculty can embed films into their Blackboard courses, show them in class, and opt to create playlists of clips. We can all watch …Read the Rest…
Ravel Law uses data visualization to help legal researchers decide which cases to choose more effectively than consulting a traditional list of cases. The service does not take the place of Shepards, Keycite or other citation systems, but it enhances the users ability to see the relationships between cases and the development of trends over time. …Read the Rest…
More than one librarian noted the recent announcement that the office of the Treasurer of State (Ohio) partnered with the State Library of Ohio to provide full-text access to a “nearly complete set of Annual Reports in digital format.” The earliest reports (starting in 1805) were published biennially and the Ohio Memory Project states that there …Read the Rest…