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Category: Legal Research Tips


e-Discovery Topic Added to Major Treatises by Topic List & Mini-Research Guide

In addition to the new Major Treatises Topic, eDiscovery, here is a mini-research guide on e-Discovery resources. The intent of this guide is not to be comprehensive but to announce the posting of a new major treatises topic and provide some additional resources to jump start your investigation of this topic. The Hon. Shira A. …Read the Rest

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

Kanopy: New Streaming Service Available on Campus

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

Cite Checking Help from the Law Library

Congratulations to all the new 2L associate editors of the Journal of International Law, Health Matrix, Journal of Law Technology, &, the Arts, and the Case Western Reserve Law Review. The library is here to help you find sources efficiently and effectively. Librarians with at least 100 years combined source-finding experience are available to help you …Read the Rest

Ohio Treasurer’s Annual Reports (Memory Project)

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

Presidential Documents

In the January 22nd, Federal Register, there were four entries under the heading Executive Office of the President: Executive Order: Federal Support for Local Law Enforcement Equipment Acquisition (80 Fed. Reg. 3451, January 22, 2015) Created a Law Enforcement Equipment Working Group to address issues surrounding the Federal Government’s equipment transfers to State, local, and …Read the Rest