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Posted by Library Blog
01/26/2009 at 01:00 AM
The Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) Labor and Employment Law Library is THE DATABASE for timely news and analysis on developments in labor and employment law.  This online library offers collections of cases, statutes, and administrative documents on numerous aspects of labor and employment law.  Topics include fair employment law; individual employment rights law; labor relations; wages, hours and leave law; disabilities law; collective bargaining and contract clauses; and Equal Employment Opportunity compliance. Searching the online Library is easy.  Start with a topical...
Posted by Library Blog
01/21/2009 at 01:00 AM
Adobe Acrobat Professional 8 software is available in the library computer labs. The software allows you to enable the typewriter feature (indicated by a typewriter icon in the upper right corner of the pdf document once enabled) for use in the Adobe Reader software. With the typewriter feature enabled on a pdf form (such as a bar exam application), you can type in the required information on the form, save it, and edit it as necessary before printing the form. You will initially need to save your pdf document to a USB drive and then open it using the Adobe Acrobat Professional 8 software....
Posted by David Logan
01/09/2009 at 11:00 AM
Matt Jerzyk, a Brown-educated union and community organizer, came to Roger Williams Law in the fall 2005 on a “Leadership Scholarship.” That investment has turned out to be a very wise one, as reflected on the front page of a recent edition of the Providence Journal, which identified Matt as one of eight Ocean Staters to watch in 2009. (Matt was in pretty amazing company: the article also profiled Senator Jack Reed and Providence Police Chief Dean Esserman.) A recent Brown Daily Herald article also profiled Matt. While a student at RWU Law Matt developed Rhode Island’s most successful...
Posted by Hala Furst
01/07/2009 at 01:00 AM
The month of January derives its name from the Roman god Janus, depicted always as a man with two faces, one looking ahead, and the other behind. It is fitting that this is the month that marks the halfway point for me between the beginning and end of law school. With a year and half under my belt and a year and a half to go, I’m amazed at how my life has been changed, mostly for the better. In the past 18 months I moved halfway across the country, met some of the best friends I have ever had, lived through some of the most difficult challenges of my life thus far, and set foot on a total of...
Posted by Library Blog
01/06/2009 at 01:00 AM
Make it your New Year’s Resolution To explore a database offered by this institution. There’s more to research than Westlaw and Lexis AccessUn, HeinOnline, CCH Tax Research, Foreign Law Guide - Oh my! You can use your laptop or one of the library’s PCs for access. So here is the link, explore this wealth of resources; And, don’t hesitate to come see us when you need help with your courses!