Monthly Archives: February 2016

In Memoriam: Justice Scalia

While I did not always agree with Justice Scalia’s theory of jurisprudence or the Constitution, I remember very well when he was appointed to the Court in 1986 by President Reagan.  I was 26 and a recently graduated lawyer, eager to observe … Continue reading

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Briefings: Research & Resources for Jobs, Monday, February 22nd

Join the Library & Technology staff and Career Development staff for a Briefings session on Jobs on Monday, February 22nd, at either noon in M101 or 5:15 in Room 106 of the library.  We’ll be talking about where to search … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

  Love in the library?  Stop by the Circulation Desk and check out the Valentine decorations created and hung by student workers at the Circulation Desk: Allison Brigman, Christa Morton, Ashley Nightingale, Neil Patel, Jared Simmons, and Brittany Sutton.  Many thanks to … Continue reading

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Govinfo.gov Replacing FDsys

The Government Printing Office (GPO) is working on updating its existing online digital information system, FDsys.  FDsys makes available the full text of selected federal information resources from the executive, legislative and judicial branches.  For millions of students, FDsys is the go … Continue reading

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Baby Blue’s: A Citation Guide?

Check out Baby Blue’s Manual of Legal Citation here.  Published by Public Resource.Org., Inc., this is an “open implementation of a uniform system of citation.” It was compiled by students at New York University School of Law under the direction … Continue reading

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Congratulations to CSOL Winners of Savannah Law School Trial Ad Competition

Congratulations to Charleston School of Law students Nick Uricchio, Melissa Bernadel, John Dodds, and Brian Kiel for winning first place at the Savannah Law School Trial Advocacy Competition earlier this month.  Congratulations also go to Crystal Swinford, Kevin Phillips, George … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

  Interested in expanding your practice, increasing your client load, and improving your legal services?  Check out the articles below for answers and more information:   3 Keys to Better Client Service   6 Steps to Create a Bare Bones and … Continue reading

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