Category Archives: Legal instruction

New to Probate Law? Research like an Expert in Minutes

Unfortunately, there is no magic genie when it comes to the research process. Research is usually a matter of time, practice and money. As a law student, I understand that research can be quite difficult when you need information on … Continue reading

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Representing Your Client in Federal Court, a CLE resource

If you’re considering representing clients in federal court and need a refresher, look no further. The source Representing Your Client in Federal Court, by the National Business Institute is a quick guide that can lead you in the right direction. … Continue reading

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Nice and Steady

Do you remember when or how you learned to drive a car?  Well, maybe some of you out there in blogland are still in launch mode but for the rest of us,…well,….it was a magical moment.  I remember watching my … Continue reading

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Resource Spotlight: LexisNexis Courtroom Cast

Authored by Cassandra Patterson, Reference & Outreach Services Librarian LexisNexis Courtroom Cast is a frequently utilized resource that focuses on legal practice skills. It provides three valuable learning tools: AudioCase Files, Videos, and Courtroom Cast Training. AudioCaseFiles offers downloadable MP3 … Continue reading

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Need FREE Online Access to Federal Cases and Docket Information? See RECAP, the FREE Online PACER Archive and Browser Plug-In

Authored by Mary Susan Lucas, Reference & Electronic Resources Librarian What is PACER? Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) is an electronic public access service that allows users to obtain case and docket information online from federal appellate, district, … Continue reading

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ExamSoft 1L Training & Briefings Re-Scheduled Because of Hurricane Irma

While 1L Sections B, C, and D had ExamSoft training last week, the sessions for Section A and the two make up sessions were cancelled because of Hurricane Irma as was the Monday, September 11th, Briefing session for 2Ls, 3Ls, … Continue reading

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South Carolina Declines to Incorporate ABA Model Rule 8.4(g) into the SC Rules of Professional Conduct

  The South Carolina Supreme Court recently announced that it would not incorporate the ABA Model Rule 8.4(g) into the South Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct.  Acknowledging the need for diversity and the issue of discrimination, the Court announced that … Continue reading

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