i.lex - Legal Research System for International Law in U.S. Courts

by on October 3, 2008 4:40 pm
For students taking public international law or human rights courses, the following new, free database from the American Society of International Law (ASIL) should be of interest: i.lex (Legal Research System for International Law in U.S. Courts). Here is the description of the database from ASIL’s Web site: This online database of select U.S. court cases and… Read more i.lex - Legal Research System for International Law in U.S. Courts

WESTLAW assistance

by on October 3, 2008 1:54 pm
Our wonderful WESTLAW representative Susmita Ramani is leaving us.  Until a successor is hired, here are some people you can contact with WESTLAW questions: From Monday, October 6, until further notice, please contact Danae Weidemann, at danae.weidemann@thomsonreuters.com, for your immediate Westlaw needs. You might want to also keep the following information handy-dandy: 1. If you… Read more WESTLAW assistance

This will take you back....to 2001!

by on October 2, 2008 1:44 pm
[Cross posted on LegalResearchPlus] To celebrate Google’s 10th birthday, they have restored their search engine back to the good old days of 2001.   Try your favorite search and see what you turn up on memory lane.   Hat tip to Law.Librarians and SLAW.