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 time. Our current sets include Civil Procedure (parts 1 & 2), Con Law (parts 1 & 2), Contracts, Corporations, Criminal Law, Crim. Pro., Evidence, Fed Tax, Future Interests, Professional Responsibility (parts 1 & 2), Real Property, Sales, Secured Transactions, Torts, and Wills and Trusts. These flash cards can also be purchased as an iPhone app if you want to spend your own money on them.
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- New York Times Access
- 10th Circuit holds defendant’s failure to file reply brief allows government to meet speedy trial deadline.
- 10th Circuit holds government ignorance of proper procedure to move to reduce sentence cannot overcome lack of jurisdiction and revives suit for wrongful maligning of fired municipal employee.
- Utah Supreme Court upholds changes to initiative process; adopts pleading rule for breach of contract cases; issues two other decisions.
- Utah Court of Appeals adopts standard for affidavits in actual innocence cases and issues eight other decisions