The National Indian Law Library (NILL) of the Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is a public law library devoted to federal Indian and tribal law. NILL serves the public by developing and making accessible a unique and valuable collection of Indian law resources and assisting people with their Indian law-related information needs.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Monday, March 3, 2014
The Dolly and Homer Hand Law Library has digital archives… you can view material from our historic archives right online. Some of the items we have are from Justice Harold. L. Sebring who was Dean of the College of Law, a Justice of the Florida Supreme Court, and one of three judges appointed to preside over the Medical Case, Nuremberg Military Tribunal after World War II.
Thursday, February 27, 2014
GlobaLex is an electronic legal publication dedicated to international and foreign law research. Published by the Hauser Global Law School Program at NYU School of Law. GlobaLex is committed to the dissemination of high-level international, foreign, and comparative law research tools in order to accommodate the needs of an increasingly global educational and practicing legal world.
Monday, February 24, 2014
Found something online you want to view later? Put it in Pocket. Pocket allows you to save articles, videos, and other online materials from your browser or apps like Twitter, Flipboard, and Zite to view later. When you’re ready, you can view your Pocket items from your computer, tablet, or smartphone, even without an internet connection. Pocket is available on a myriad of devices. Checkout their website for more info!
Thursday, February 20, 2014
The 7th Annual Blawg 100 is upon us. And, it’s a great way to discover new blogs focused on law-related issues. You’ll find blogs that discuss criminal justice, torts, law practice management, legal research and writing, litigation, niche issues, legal news, labor and employment law, intellectual property, legal careers, courts, legal technology, and legal humor. To see who made the list this year, check out the December issue of the ABA Journal. You can find the most recent issues in their entirety in the Larkin room or online through one of our databases, or you can simply find the article here. Which blogs are your favorites?
Monday, February 17, 2014
We’re on YouTube!
Have a question about finding statutes on WestlawNext? Want to know how to login to your MyLibrary account? Need help creating a Table of Authorities? We may have an online tutorial for you! The library’s YouTube page is full of helpful videos to show you how to use our databases and other library resources. And, we are always adding more. Check out our channel here. And, don’t forget to subscribe!
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Get the full-text of “Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation," also known as “Constitution Annotated,” on your mobile device with the U.S. Constitution: Analysis and Interpretation app. This app, presented by the Library of Congress, contains clause-by-clause discussions of the Constitution, Supreme Court cases and historical documents relevant to interpreting the Constitution, and a list of all federal, state, and local laws struck down by the Supreme Court, as well as cases where the Court overturned its prior precedent. The app allows you to perform keyword searches within entire documents or just sections of documents. And, you can share documents via email or save them to any PDF reader device. The app is currently available for free from iTunes and an Android app is being developed. If you don’t want to download the app, but would still like to access the “Constitution Annotated” online, you can find it here.