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Posted by Library Blog
01/26/2012 at 05:26 PM
Have you used, been pressured to use, or wondered if it is okay to use your student Westlaw or LexisNexis access to conduct research on behalf of an attorney or law firm with whom you are employed?  If you are doing this, then stop.  If you have been pressured to do this, do not give in.  If you have wondered if it is okay, the answer is “NO.”    The Legal Skills Prof blog recently reported on this very issue. The Utah State Bar Ethics Advisory Committee was asked to consider whether it is a violation of the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct for an attorney to...
Posted by William Wray
11/30/2010 at 01:15 PM
To make up for my extra-long absence from the internets, this'll be an extra-long blog post. I recommend that the reader breaks his/her reading up into smaller fragments, taking breaks for coffee, fresh air, and less sesquipedalian prose.   I'm writing now from the Student Commons, which is mostly an undergraduate building. Though RW undergraduate students somewhat resemble RW law students, the distinction is obvious to a learned observer: The undergraduates lack that haunted, dead look to their eyes, a characteristic common to corpses and end-of-semester law students.   I eschewed...
Posted by Library Blog
05/26/2010 at 12:00 AM
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