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The Legal Beagle’s favorite book and that of dog lovers everywhere is Every Dog’s Legal Guide: A Must Have Book for Your Owner by Mary Randolph (KF390.5 .D6 R36 2005). His favorite movie is about the crime fighting pooch, Underdog! His current hero is Uno, the beagle who won Best in Show at the...



Legal Beagle's Archive for March 2010

Posted by Library Blog
03/10/2010 at 01:00 AM
In addition to the weekly email to the law students that contains highlights from the Bureau of National Affairs U.S. Law Week covering the activities of the U.S. Supreme Court, devotees of the Court might want to check out the SCOTUSblog.  This blog offers comprehensive reporting of the U.S. Supreme Court’s current term activities.  The SCOTUSblog provides opinions and orders, commentary and analysis, new filings, petitions to watch, and term tracker. The SCOTUSblog’s sister site, SCOTUSwiki, is a source for links to briefs and documents, analysis that originally appeared on...
Posted by Library Blog
03/10/2010 at 01:00 AM
For those looking to be their own boss, the Law Library offers a variety of publications for you to consult.  These books are located in the Law Library’s Career Collection and can be checked out for three weeks.  How to Start & Build a Law Practice by Jay Foonberg (KF300 .F66 2004) provides the basics on selecting a location for your office and equipping as well as obtaining clients and setting fees. Flying Solo: a Survival Guide for the Solo and Small Firm Lawyer by William Gibson (KF300 .F58 2005) contains contributions by practitioners offering solutions to various problems...
Posted by Library Blog
03/04/2010 at 01:00 AM
There are numerous blogs authored by law professors and others in legal education (e.g. academic support) from across the United States. The Justia.com Blawg Directory contains links to approximately two hundred law professor blogs. What do law professors blog about?  Law professors blog about their area of teaching and scholarly research.  They blog about controversial court cases and legal personalities.  Their blogs contain analysis and commentary on issues and developments in the law.  Some professors even delve into issues in legal education such as writing and...