Graduation from law school doesn’t mean that you lose all access to the resources you’ve grown to depend upon for the last three years. Some resources will be available for a few months and some for the rest of your life! This post explains access details for UR resources.
Is a question we are frequently asked. The answer is, as any good law school answer is, it depends. First, it depends on why you are doing your research. If you are doing research for an academic purpose – you
Excited about your summer placement? Worried about the kind of work you will be asked to do? Well, the library has just the program for you! Beginning Monday, March 27th when all 1Ls and 2Ls log in to Blackboard they
If you are like me, you regularly need to save articles from internet sources for later review. As a law librarian, I gather news sources for faculty, educational resources for my students, and articles on librarianship and professional development for
As a law student you can certainly expect to research and write a paper (or two) during the course of your tenure. Ever wondered if that hard work has the chops to be published in a law review, specialty or
Effective Monday, November 1, 2021, Cheetah was rebranded as VitalLaw. With the rebranding, Wolters Kluwer is introducing two new domains: vitallaw.com and my.vitallaw.com, which transitioned during October 30-31, 2021. Vitallaw.com will feature publicly available, but limited, WK offerings. As subscribers,
Sometimes you get a research project that seemingly turns into a dead end, but with a little creativity and persistence, you can turn things around. I had just such a research project in 2020, when a professor from Arts and
Interested in researching English case law? The law library has you covered. While Westlaw and Lexis provide access to some material, the law library subscribes to a number of other resources with greater utility.
The newspaper reports all decisions issued by the Supreme Court of Virginia, the Virginia Court of Appeals and the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Also featured are hundreds of rulings from state Circuit Court judges, U.S. District Court judges,