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Going Back to CALI

June 23, 2011 by

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Today is the first day of the CALI conference for Law School Computing.  The conference is being hosted at Eckstein Hall, the new home to Marquette University’s Law School  (which was designed by the same architects the College of Law worked with during the pre-design phase of our new building).  I imagine as I type […]

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 […]

Court-Watching Made Easy

November 15, 2010 by

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We’re a little over 1 month into the Supreme Court’s 2010 term, and there have already been some interesting arguments touching on, among other things, the sale of video games to minors and the Westboro Baptist Church. You can follow the developments at the Court on the news, but there are also some great websites […]

Use FDsys.gov for federal gov docs

October 15, 2010 by

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If you’ve been using www.gpoaccess.gov to access federal government documents, prepare yourselves for a long-awaited arrival:  the Federal Digital System, found at www.fdsys.gov!   The Government Printing Office has announced that, at the end of 2010, FDsys will be the GPO’s electronic system of record for government publications. From now through the end of 2010, the […]

50th Anniversary of “Mockingbird”

October 4, 2010 by

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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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