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Possible Shortage Looming in the Law Library

Staff has never seen it happen so quickly. “It’s amazing, and surprising, to see them come together this early into finals,” one library staff member acknowledged. “I’m surprised to see this so soon — we usually don’t see something like this until the end of finals,” another stunned library staffer added. “We might see them …Read the Rest

Mindfulness and Law Research Guide

Mindfulness and Law Research Guide provides links to many current books and articles on the topic of mindfulness, especially as applied to law students, attorneys and, law librarians.  Further, it provides links to related law review articles, medical and law journal articles, and, websites and videos. In April, 2016, I wrote a Just In Case …Read the Rest

Volume 7 of the Journal of Law, Technology, & the Internet Now Available on the Law School’s Repository

The latest issue of the Journal of Law, Technology, & the Internet (JOLTI) is now available on the Law School’s repository. Volume 7, Issue 1 (2016) includes a Symposium Article by Anupam Chander, The First Amendment as Killer App, which emphasizes the interdependence of the First Amendment and today’s cyberlaw. “[The] First Amendment made today’s …Read the Rest

Writing a paper this semester?

Consider a writing competition topic. There are over 100 writing contests for law students. The Law Library maintains a list on the intranet.* The contests cover a wide range of topics from ediscovery, to disability, to gerrymandering. For example: McMahon DeGulis and The Ohio State Bar Association sponsors the “Environmental Law Award.” The OSBA Environmental Law Committee …Read the Rest

Congratulations to the New 2L Associate Editors

Congratulations to all the new 2L associate editors of the Journal of International Law, Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine, 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. Our website provides information about our services to journal staff members and …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