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Surprise! Librarians read too.

September 29, 2011 by


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 […]

Professors Offer Summer Reading Suggestions

May 9, 2011 by


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 […]

New DVDs to Check Out

March 15, 2011 by


More DVDs have been added to the Leisure Collection. Not sure what to check out first? Here are a couple suggestions for whichever topic you’re currently focusing on. Law school: The first two seasons of The Paper Chase (yes, there was a TV show too) Legal Practice: Matlock (seasons 1-3) Ethics and PR: House (seasons […]

Relaxing Over Break

December 15, 2010 by


Finals are nearing their end. Three weeks of vacation stretch before you in glorious Technicolor. You find yourself thinking, “Gosh, what a perfect time this would be to catch up on the first seven seasons of Law & Order. If only I had access to them!” Oh, but you do. The law library’s leisure collection not […]

50th Anniversary of “Mockingbird”

October 4, 2010 by


The novel To Kill a Mockingbird turned 50 this summer. Harper Lee’s classic story features Atticus Finch, perhaps the most famous fictional lawyer in the world. Did you know … ? The character of Dill is based on Truman Capote, Harper Lee’s own childhood friend. Robert Duvall made his film debut in the movie version […]


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