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Posted by Library Blog
02/21/2014 at 05:18 PM
HeinOnline offers a wealth of resources for legal research.  You can print pdfs of law review and bar journal articles.  You can locate a wide variety of federal administrative, executive, legislative, and judicial materials.  You can search foreign, comparative, international, and United Nations documents.  HeinOnline continually adds new content.  Recently added is the HeinOnline collection for Immigration Law & Policy in the U.S.    According to HeinOnline,  “This monumental collection is a compilation of the most important historical...
Posted by Library Blog
04/04/2012 at 02:01 PM
The Law Library’s resources for international law research include cases, treaties, scholarly works, news, career publications, and links to top websites.   You can use the WebCatalog to locate items by keyword, title, author or subject.  HeinOnline, Bloomberg BNA International Trade Reporter, and Oxford Scholarship Online are among the many varied Law Library resources for researching international law. In addition to its law journals, HeinOnline offers various current and historical international law materials.  The Foreign & International Law Resources Database...
Posted by Library Blog
03/30/2012 at 11:18 AM
The William S. Hein & Co., Inc. was an early leader in microfilming official federal government publications from their inception.  These publications consisted of primary legal authority such as cases, statutes and agency regulations.  Fortunately for the researcher, many of these publications are now easily accessible via HeinOnline.  If you are looking for a statute passed by Congress, you can find it as it was enacted during the Congressional session in the U.S. Statutes at Large library.  There are options to browse by the statute’s popular name or its Public Law...
Posted by Library Blog
03/07/2012 at 06:55 PM
HeinOnline offers a wide-range of primary and secondary legal materials for the researcher easily searched within topical libraries and downloadable in pdf format.    For those participating in moot court competitions, the National Moot Court Competition Library provides access to records, briefs, and related organizational materials from the first to the most recent competition. Similarly, the Philip C. Jessup Library includes the Problems, Judges’ Briefs, Rules, and leading written memorials which comprise each competition. Several publications of the International Law...
Posted by Library Blog
10/28/2011 at 11:15 AM
Like HeinOnline?  “There’s an App for That!” iPhone and iPad users can now access the Law School’s HeinOnline subscription anywhere via a dedicated application.  Download the free HeinOnline app from the AppStore and then complete this setup while on campus: Add the RWU proxy server information to your device wireless settings: 1. Go to your iPhone or iPad general "Settings" Tap "Wi-Fi” Log into the applicable Wi-Fi  network (Students1 or Academics) Next tap the blue arrow that appears next to the applicable Wi-Fi  network Scroll down to the bottom of the page. Under HTTP...
Posted by Library Blog
04/08/2011 at 12:00 AM
The Law Library staff congratulates 3Ls Amy Broderick, Robert Cavanagh, and John Meara for receiving the Harrison Tweed Award for the best brief at the National Moot Court Competition. In addition to writing the best brief in the nation, the team also advanced to the round of eight! The team wrote for the respondent in the case of The City of New Amsterdam v. New Amsterdam Business Leader’s Association. The winners took advantage of the Law Library’s offerings of LexisNexis/Westlaw access, quiet study areas, and books to research the issues for their brief. Here are the questions presented...