If you’ve used FDsys for researching the CFR, List of Sections Affected, Federal Register, the Compilation of Presidential Documents, or other federal government legal materials, please note that it’s being retired effective December 14. The Government Publications Office has replaced
A new version of Westlaw, Westlaw Edge, will be available to students beginning January 1. It features several improvements and new features, in particular: A streamlined interface that makes it easier to navigate long statutes and cases; A tool that
Just in time for election day–check out our new resource guide on Election and Voting Law! The guide presents resources to help researchers become familiar with major issues in election and voting law. There are topical pages on Campaign Finance, Voting
Currently interviewing through OCI? Researching attorneys or judges? Want to brush up on your resume or interview skills? Check out the library’s Legal Career & Job Searching Resources guide for books and other resources in the library.
The 2018 Virginia General Assembly session began today. Interested in reading the prefiled proposed bills, bill tracking, or doing a legislative history? Take a look at the legislative history section of the Library’s Virginia research guide for useful tools and
There are two new exciting resources available for conducting original research at the University of Richmond’s law library. The American Civil War Collection 1860 – 1922 and The Civil War: Antebellum to Reconstruction, 1840 – 1877 feature newspapers, government documents,
The US Supreme Court will require briefs and other filings be submitted electronically, effective November 13. The Supreme Court’s electronic filing page has instructions and registration information. Unlike PACER, the Supreme Court’s electronic filing and access are free. Being able to