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Category: Databases and Subscription Resources

Table of Authorities Feature is Finally Available on WestlawNext

Kudos to WestlawNext for adding the Table of Authorities (TOA) feature. The Table of Authorities is a listing of the cases relied upon as authority by a case or other content you are viewing. KeyCite flags & symbols displayed in the Table of Authorities list allow you to quickly verify the validity of the relied-upon …Read the Rest

MOOCs and You

On April 29, 2013, the Cleveland Plain Dealer featured an article about Case Western Reserve University’s first free online MOOCs, or massive open online courses. The initial response has been impressive — more than 80,000 people from around the world have signed up for the two noncredit courses. Prof. Richard Boyatzis of the CWRU Weatherhead School …Read the Rest

OSBA CLE eBook Library: Free Access for Student Members

Have you ever seen the Ohio State Bar Association’s catalog of PDF reference manuals for CLE seminars? On several occasions, I have found an interesting-sounding reference manual and been disappointed that I had to pay for the CLE course in order to read it. However, last week, the OSBA sent its student members an e-mail …Read the Rest

Plagiarism, Memory and the Justice System: New York Review of Books

The New York Review of Books is currently available campus-wide to members of the University community. If you look up the title in the Case University Libraries’ eJournal Portal, coverage is indicated only from 1999 to the present. But it appears that The New York Review of Books has now extended online coverage back to …Read the Rest

Bloomberg Law

Case Western Reserve University School of Law has added Bloomberg Law to its stable of computer-assisted legal research services (CALR), including LexisNexis, Westlaw, Loislaw, Fastcase, and Casemaker. Approximately 135 of the 225 accredited law schools have signed agreements to offer Bloomberg Law alongside LexisNexis and Westlaw, and additional agreements are under negotiation. Students who become adept in learning …Read the Rest

Introducing Making of Modern Law: Treatises

The library purchased a number of new online resources over the summer that enhance the core research collection that we can offer to online-oriented researchers, while aligning with our collection strategies by imposing little in the way of upkeep or other continuing costs. Foremost among these is the Making of Modern Law treatises collection, from …Read the Rest