Monthly Archives: November 2012
After hearing repeatedly about the “Fiscal Cliff” there comes a time when you may want more detailed information than what the news is providing. The Law Librarian Blog recently linked to a CRS Report called “The ‘Fiscal Cliff': Macroeconomic Consequences … Continue reading
Each year the ABA Journal selects 100 of the best law blogs – aka blawgs – in its Blawg 100. The Blawg 100 is a great place to go to check out some of the blogs you might want to … Continue reading
Professor Eric Jensen has recently posted his newest paper, Cyber Attacks: Proportionality and Precautions in Attack, to SSRN. It will be published in the U.S. Naval War College’s International Law Studies Series.
I’ve already blogged a bit about some of the resources we have to help with finals prep – CALI, Sample Exams, and Flash Cards. Here are a few other things that might help you as you study for finals. Study … Continue reading
Our Law in a Flash, Flash Cards are a big hit around finals time. Last year we purchased extra sets because of the high demand. Flash cards can be checked out at the circulation desk for 2 hours at a … Continue reading
I hate to even bring it up, but I do it because I want to help–Thanksgiving is next week, which means finals are around the corner. The reason I can help is that the Library has a number of sample … Continue reading
Professor Cheryl Preston and co-author Eli McCann have recently posted their newest article, Lewellyn Slept Here: A Short History of Sticky Contracts and Feudalism, to SSRN. The article has been accepted for publication in the Oregon Law Review. More of … Continue reading