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Category: Library News and Tools


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

Volume 66 Issue 3 of the Law Review Available on the Law School’s Repository

The full text of latest issue of The Case Western Reserve Law Review is available on the law school’s repository. Volume 66 Issue 3 includes articles on authorship, civil commitment, and state sovereignty. Notes by Amy Gilbert, “The Time Has Come: A Proposed Revision to 17 U.S.C. 203,” and Nate Nasrallah, “Preventing Conflict or Descending an …Read the Rest

Exams and Study Aids

Dear Students, The current study aids in the Law Library’s print collection have been relocated to a cart behind the Circulation Desk. The Library has extended the loan period for such items to four hours. Selected, prior exams released by CWRU Law professors are available via the Intranet. (CWRU ID and password required.) For some …Read the Rest

Saturday reference

Tomorrow will be the last day for Saturday afternoon (12-5 p.m.) reference desk coverage for the semester. Please stop by or email (lawref@case.edu) if you have any last-minute reference questions.  

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law on Scholarly Commons

The Law School’s Scholarly Commons page features over 1100 articles from the CWRU Journal of International Law (JIL), which have been downloaded more than  21,000 times over the past seven months. A quick analysis of the data reveals the following: 10% (116 articles)  0 downloads 13% (147 articles) 1 download 56% (639 articles) 2-20 downloads 14% …Read the Rest