Not Your Grandma’s Law Practice: Leveraging Technology and Innovation to Improve Access to Legal ServicesMonday, September 29, 2014 Submitted by Justin Abbasi, Law Library Intern Dan Lear ‘07 and Greg McLawsen discussed how emerging ideas, innovations and technologies are fundamentally changing everything from retail to hospitality and from transportation to finance and how these changes can and should inform the practice of law and [...] Read more.
- Professor Deb Eddy discussed how federal and state law stops short of establishing any effective legal framework for megacities like Seattle to meet 21st Century challenges such as social inequality and economic isolation. Existing regional [...] Read more.
- The Oxford handbook of international law in armed conflict (Andrew Clapham & Paola Gaeta eds., Oxford University Press 2014) KZ6385.O94 2014 "An authoritative and comprehensive study of the role of international law in armed conflicts, this Oxford Handbook engages in a broad analysis of international humanitarian law, [...] Read more.
- Zacarias Moussaoui is the only person charged in a United States courtroom in connection with the 9-11 attacks. In August of 2001, Moussaoui was suspected of possible terrorist activity after raising suspicion at a flight school for requesting information about flying a 747. U.S. immigration officials arrested him, and he was in custody [...] Read more.
- The Oxford Handbook of International Adjudication (Cesare P. R. Romano, Karen J. Alter, & Chrisanthi Avgerou eds., Oxford University Press 2014) KZ6250.O946 2014 "International courts and tribunals have become, in some respects, the lynchpin of the modern international legal system. The Oxford Handbook of International Adjudication [...] Read more.
- Theft can be a problem in any building on campus so we remind you to never leave personal belongings unattended in the library. Remember to take valuable items with you when you leave or ask a colleague to watch books/backpacks if you will be gone for a very short period of time. Study rooms are no exception. Always use the laptop [...] Read more.
- President James A. Garfield died on September 19, 1881, after serving less than half a year in office. President Garfield died at a New Jersey seaside location, where he was recovering from two bullet wounds he suffered on July 2, 1881. Garfield’s assassin was Charles Guiteau, an attorney, theologian, and rebuffed office seeker. Guiteau [...] Read more.
- Submitted by Justin Abbasi, Law Library Intern This Social Justice Monday facilitated an engaging presentation on some issues local youth face and how students can engage with them through projects right here on campus. Here are some resources in our law library that deal with themes mentioned [...] Read more.
- Many of you are working on group projects or are involved in collaborative study. You might consider reserving a group study room in the law library. You can sign up in advance through the library website. Groups have priority over individuals. Groups are limited to two hours, per day, per room. If the library staff notices [...] Read more.
- The recreational reading (McNaughton) collection is located on the 2nd floor of the library under the staircase. Maggie Shipstead, Astonish Me (Knopf 2014) LAW-McNaughton Collection (2nd Floor) PS3619.H586A88 2014 Set in the world of ballet, this gripping novel spans three decades, starting in the mid-seventies, when Joan, [...] Read more.