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2nd Annual Library Easter Egg Hunt

Attention Law Students:  It’s almost time for the 2nd annual library Easter egg hunt!  Two dozen plastic Easter eggs  will be hidden in the library the week of April 14-20.  (There will not be any eggs in student carrels, bathrooms, or study rooms.)  Find an egg  and turn it at the Circulation Desk where you will receive a prize.  Available to law ... Keep reading »

National Library Week

National Library Week is April 13-19, 2014.  First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April. It is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and librarians and to promote library use and support. All types of libraries - school, public, academic ... Keep reading »

Judge Nuffer’s Materials from “A View From My Chair” Event

Judge David Nuffer, who participated in the 2014 Prepare to Practice Event's "The View from My Chair" panel, is sharing the following items with students here at the law school:  Creating_A_Really_Accessible_Document and Best Practices in PDF Reading and Annotation. For more of Judge Nuffer's Continuing Legal Education Materials, see this link. http://www.utd.uscourts.gov/judges/nuffer_resources.htm#Continuing.

Sunshine Week – March 16-22

Sunshine Week is a national initiative to promote a dialogue about the importance of open government and freedom of information. Participants include news media, civic groups, libraries, nonprofits, schools and others interested in the public’s right to know.  It will occur over spring break - March 16-22.  For more information, go to http://sunshineweek.org.  

Free ebooks through CALI.org

You are probably familiar with Cali lessons but did you know that CALI also offers free ebooks on a number of subjects, including Civil Procedure, Estates and Trusts, Basic Income Tax, Property, Contracts, among others.  The Federal Rules of Evidence, Criminal Procedure, Civil Procedure and Bankruptcy Procedure are also available.  These books are downloadable in PDF or Word Format and can be ... Keep reading »

Study Tool for Finals – CALI Lessons

Law students - as you prepare for finals don't forget that you can use the interactive CALI lessons to test your knowledge of a topic. CALI lessons are written and edited by law faculty and librarians from around the country.  There are over 900 lessons in 35 legal subjects. A lesson can be set up in any number of formats - multiple ... Keep reading »

College of Law Exam Reserve

As you prepare for finals, please be aware that the library maintains an exam reserve allowing access to past exams given at the College of Law.   To access the exams, select Exam Reserve under Quick Links on the library's web page.  The exams are password protected.  If you do not know the password, you can ask for it at the library circulation ... Keep reading »

Knowledge Mosaic

The Law Library now has access to Knowledge Mosaic, a subscription-based website and news service focusing on heavily regulated industries, including securities, communications, finance, commerce, and trade.  Knowledge Mosaic enables you to search SEC filings, federal laws and regulations, extensive federal agency rulemaking materials, and commentary provided from nearly 100,000 law firm memos.  Knowledge Mosaic offers several news emails - most delivered ... Keep reading »

Historical Utah Laws on Hein Online

Hein Online has two libraries containing historical Utah laws.  One is the state Session Laws Library which contains PDF images of the laws passed each session beginning with the Utah territory in 1851 through the 2012 legislative session.  The other is the State Statutes: A Historical Archive library which contains the code volumes published beginning 1855 through the 1951 update to the 1943 ... Keep reading »

Utah Data Book

If you’re looking for Utah statistics, the Utah Data Book, posted on the Utah Legislative web page, contains a lot of useful information on the state budget, crime, economy, debt, education, growth, health and human services, taxes and transportation.  Graphs with statistics include total appropriations by revenue source and also by area, status of the rainy day fund, property crime rates, ... Keep reading »
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