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Summer Reading Suggestions From Your Faculty

April 29, 2014 by

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So, the end of the spring semester is fast approaching, and close on its heels is the summer. Whether you’re taking classes or completing an externship or just plan to spend your break as far away from the law school as possible, you may be looking for some ways to fill your free time. Here to […]

Read (Something Other Than Casebooks)!

April 30, 2013 by

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We know – finals are about to get underway, and you don’t have time right now to read anything other than casebooks and outlines. That’s OK. Because in a few weeks, finals will be over, and the summer will begin. Which means that you’ll have time to read for fun, because that’s a thing that […]

Summer Reading Suggestions From Your Professors

April 27, 2012 by

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Exams have begun, and maybe you can even see the end of them. Just in time for summer, here are some reading suggestions from your professors. Russell Covey I recently discovered a new favorite author — David Liss. Liss writes historical fiction. Many of his plotlines revolve around stock market manipulation and financial treachery. I […]

Surprise! Librarians read too.

September 29, 2011 by

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In honor of Banned Books Week — and our own Law Library Week — we thought it would be fun to share what we in the library are currently reading. We hope you’ll see something of interest here too. Rachel Ashe, GRA I’m currently reading We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will be […]

Eating Near the Law School — Faculty and Staff Offer Suggestions

August 23, 2011 by

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Law school offers you many opportunities: rigorous development of your analytical skills, demanding and rewarding internships, free pizza. But what happens on those rare days when vendors and student groups aren’t plying you with free food? You try out local places recommended by our faculty and staff, of course. We’ve put together a map for you, […]

Professors Offer Summer Reading Suggestions

May 9, 2011 by

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The semester is drawing to a close, and you may be thinking that a bit of non-caselaw reading could be just what your brain needs after a busy school year. But what to read? The law faculty has a few suggestions for you. Pam Brannon A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again by David […]

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