November is Native American Heritage Month, a commemoration which began as only a single day of recognition, then called National Indian Day. The creation of National Indian Day was “as an effort to gain a day of recognition for the significant
Has the election cycle piqued your interest in elections and voting law? Our Election and Voting Law Research Guide highlights some of the many resources available on topics including voting rights, campaign finance, and constitutional dimensions of our elections.
We’ve all seen them by now: videos of angry, spittle-flecked customers (or would-be customers) in some retail outlet or another screaming at some cashier or assistant manager who has the job of telling the customer that the store’s policy is
What is Kanopy? Kanopy is an online video streaming platform that offers on-demand access to thousands of documentaries, independent films, world cinema, and tv series. What kinds of things do they have available to watch? See for yourself! Kanopy’s selection
Just because you’re away from the law school this summer doesn’t mean you can’t get help from the Reference Librarians at the Muse Law Library! Reference librarians will be monitoring the reference chat from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays