This Crim Law Q&A could be yours!

Crim Law Q&A

Welcome to all of our new 1Ls taking Criminal Law this summer! We’re so excited to have you here and look forward to seeing you in the library. Librarians are available to help you with your research needs and circulation staff is here until midnight daily.

The library has many different study aids for you to borrow, but wouldn’t it be nice to have your very own copy of a Crim Law Q&A? Follow @sulawlib on Twitter for your chance to take this very popular title home for keeps!


* Giveaway is limited to current Seattle University Criminal Law Students. One winner will be randomly chosen on June 30, 2017.


Trial by Twitter

Trials by TwitterThe New Yorker’s Ariel Levy reports on the role that social media played in the Steubenville rape case:



Report on “New Media” and the Courts

On August 26 of this year, the Conference of Court Public Information Officers (CCPIO) released a report titled “New Media and the Courts.” CCPIO surveyed members of the judiciary to see if and how they used such things as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Wikipedia. The results show that about 40% of judges used social media profile sites but judges not standing for re-election were much less likely to be on such sites. Generally, judges used the sites in their personal lives and many questioned the ability of using it professionally without compromising professional conduct codes of ethics. The entire report is more than 100 pages.


Get your SU fix with Twitter

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Following the law library via Twitter may be the easiest way to keep up on the latest law library news and research tips.  But did you know that there are other tweets you can follow to bring you up to date on the law school and main campus happenings?

  • sulawlib The latest news and research tips from the law library
  • seattleulaw Links to law school news and posts from law professors
  • seattleu SU campus news and information
  • su_athletics The latest updates and scores from your Seattle U Redhawks
  • SUBellHall Check out what our neighbors in Bellarmine Hall are tweeting about
  • SU_Spectator Tweets from the Spectator, the SU student newspaper


Social Media and Law Students: A Best Practices Guide

Advice for using social media applications like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter as a way for law students to market themselves.


Lawyers Tweet Too

An article from The Legal Intelligencer lists “20 Twitterers Lawyers Should Follow.”  The list includes well known sources such as ABA Journal and American Lawyer as well as lesser known sources such as taxgirl.  The article is just one woman’s opinion but you might take a look at the list and the twitterers mentioned to see if any of them appeal to you.


Law School and Twitter

Blawgs too passé? Find out how law schools are using Twitter and whose Tweets law students should follow.