Tag Archives: Charleston School of Law

Bloomberg’s Blooming Features

Bloomberg Law (Bloomberg) is a legal research database with intelligence centers and practical tools for legal practitioners and law students. Bloomberg often takes a back seat because law students are more familiar with its competitors LexisNexis and Westlaw. However, Bloomberg … Continue reading

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Researching with Sol Blatt Electronic Resources: Law.com

As law students at the Charleston School of Law, we are often tasked with completing a variety of research assignments and an upper level writing paper.  As an attorney, staying up to date with current legal issues and occurrences is … Continue reading

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Everything from A to Z

The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL) is a comprehensive online resource containing peer-reviewed articles on every aspect of public international law. Written and edited by a team of over 800 scholars and practitioners. The major benefit of … Continue reading

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Bepress Digital Commons Network

The Digital Commons Database by Bepress is a free resource and an innovative solution for institutions who wish to openly publish, manage, and showcase a wide variety of their work. The Charleston School of Law has their own page that’s … Continue reading

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18th Century Collections Online

Have you ever wanted to know more about the 18th Century?  Have you ever wondered about the beginnings of Common Law in Colonial America? Do you have an interest in reading original works from legendary scholars of 18th Century? Then … Continue reading

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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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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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Articles Worth Reading

Authored by Cassandra Patterson, Reference & Outreach Services Librarian For your information needs and reading pleasure, check out the following articles: Why It’s So Hard to Stop Reading Books You Don’t Even Like; The Key to Preventing Generational Tension Is … Continue reading

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Recommended Resources: Medical Evidence in South Carolina Court

Recommended Resources –Top Picks of Advanced Legal Research Students– Recommended Resources is a recurring blog that features the top picks of print and electronic resources available in the Charleston School of Law Library as selected by the Spring 2018 Advanced … Continue reading

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Library Closed July 4, 2018

The Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library, along with the Charleston School of Law, will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 in honor of Independence Day.  The library will re-open on Thursday, July 5th, resuming regular operating hours.

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