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CWRU Law School Exams

all available CWRU Law past exams (selected professors/exams only) — CWRU Law ID & password required  — Note that the Law Library does not maintain any print copies of old exams. Bob Berring’s podcast on taking law school exams (for 1Ls in particular) CALI’s panels (podcasts) (1,2,3) on exam taking CALI lesson (1.5 hours) Writing Better …Read the Rest

Exam Period Library Access, Spring 2015

Between Tuesday, April 21 and Friday, May 8, everyone must present a valid ID for library admittance. Visitors who are not law students may only enter the library to use specific library collections or consult with the reference librarians. During the exam period, reference hours are Monday through Thursday 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. and …Read the Rest

New (and Older) Voices in International Criminal Law

On April 9, 2015, David Crane of Syracuse Law moderated an ASIL panel featuring three new international criminal law scholars: Tom Dannenbaum (SSRN, HOL), Jonathan Hafetz (SSRN, HOL), and Matiangai V.S. Sirleaf (SSRN, HOL). All three of the “new voices” have articles available both on SSRN and HeinOnline. Bruce Zagaris of Berliner, Corcoran, and Rowe wrote the ASIL Cables review …Read the Rest

Happy Holidays!

Due to the holidays, the Law Library will not offer reference service tomorrow. We look forward to helping you at the Reference Desk starting on Monday, April 6, 2015, at 9:00 a.m.

Throwback Thursday (TBT)

In Brief: Law Alumni Newsletter #17 (Spring 1979) The lead article is Suzanne Hartman’s profile of alumnus Peter Reed, ’25, who had been an attorney at Arter and Hadden in Cleveland for 53 years since graduating from Western Reserve School of Law. Among Mr. Reed’s many awards was the Andrews Award for Outstanding Alumnus, which …Read the Rest

Immigration Reform

On Feb. 17, 2015, U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen issued a temporary restraining order that delayed the implementation of recent executive actions related to immigration reform. He said “that states would ‘suffer irreparable harm‘” without the delay.  President Obama said that history and the law are on his side — and that it is not …Read the Rest