About the Blogger

Legal Beagle's picture

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...



Affordable Excellence at RWU LAW

Legal Beagle's Archive for September 2017

Posted by Library Blog
09/15/2017 at 10:18 AM
Monday, September 1811:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Law Library – Bristol Campus Efficient, effective research is one of the most valuable skills you can develop for your professional career.  Legal Practice courses introduce all lawstudents to the leading legal research platforms, Lexis and Westlaw, but these are just two of many tools available. A professional selects the best tool to use for each project from the full assortment of tools available. ResearchFest provides an opportunity for students and faculty to discover several alternative research platforms and resources to add to their...
Posted by Library Blog
09/08/2017 at 11:28 AM
While we have an amazing collection of books and electronic resources, (Lexis! Westlaw! Bloomberg! Ailalink!) we also have an amazing collection of items, both new and not-so-new, available for loan at the circulation desk. Our newest item is our standing desk section of the library. Now you can sit or stand and study depending on your preference! We all know the weather in New England can be unpredictable.  If you find yourself getting a little toasty in a study room, check out a fan for a little cool down or borrow a blanket for a little warmth. Find yourself in the middle of an...
Posted by Library Blog
09/01/2017 at 10:07 AM
Monday, September 4th is Labor Day! There are no law school classes on Labor Day, but you can still come to the Law Library to catch up on some homework! We will be open from 9:00am-11:00pm on Monday. The celebration of Labor Day dates back to the late 19th century. It started as part of a labor movement, with the first likely observance on September 5, 1882 in New York City, when about 10,000 workers took unpaid time off to march from City Hall to Union Square. After a few years of informal observances in many states, this “workingmen’s holiday” became a federal holiday in 1894...