Category Archives: Guest Blog

Researching Foreign or Comparative Law? Click here for FREE Online Access to the “Bible” of Foreign Law!

The Foreign Law Guide (FLG) was originally created by Thomas H. Reynolds and Arturo A. Flores and it is commonly referred to as “Reynolds & Flores.” Brill, a Netherlands based publisher, recently took over the electronic database in 2012. Behind … Continue reading

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Everything about Consumer Law in a Quick and Easy Place

The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) Digital Library is a collection of treatises that cover just about every area of consumer law. The twenty-one treatises are arranged in five category titles: Debtor Rights, Mortgages & Foreclosures, Credit & Banking, Deception … Continue reading

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LegalTrac: A Comprehensive Web-based Law Index

LegalTrac- A Comprehensive Web-Based Law Index  LegalTrac is provided by Gale, A Cengage Company and is the web-based version of the print source Current Law Index. Today, there are over 2,000,000 articles available on this database. The information available on … Continue reading

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A Behind the Scenes Look into the Nation’s Foreign Policy Decisions

The Foreign Relations of the United States electronic database is an archive. It is filled with information that pertains to major United States foreign policy decisions and noteworthy political activity. The documents are from the Presidential libraries, Departments of State … Continue reading

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Maximizing the Features of LexisNexis Courtroom Cast

LexisNexis Courtroom Cast is an extension of LexisNexis that is available to those who have a subscription. Despite this, signing up is a separate but simple process that requires you to select your school, input your email address, and verify … Continue reading

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APPELLATE PRACTICE IN SOUTH CAROLINA

Need to know the South Carolina judicial structure and how to appeal from Certain Courts?  The resource, Appellate Practice in South Carolina, Second Edition by: Jean Hoefer Toal, Shahin Vafai, And Robert A. Muckenfuss would be a great place to start.  The … Continue reading

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An Excellent South Carolina Family Law Resource

It is rare when I find a legal resource that is easy to understand, very informative and cheap at the same time. Recently, I stumbled on such a resource in our library: Marriage and Divorce Law in South Carolina – A … Continue reading

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