Tuesday, March 3, 2015
In celebration of former Attorney General John Ashcroft's 10 years of service as Distinguished Professor of Law and Government, Regent University Law Library is delighted to feature his book, Never Again: Securing America and Restoring Justice.
Law Library visitors can view an inscribed copy of this work in the Law Faculty Publications Display Case. Several copies are available for checkout in the Law General Collection.
Monday, January 26, 2015
The newly released World Treaty Collection allows researchers to search across all major treaty series in a single platform. The database, which covers 1648 to present, includes more than 180,000 treaty records.
The database includes the United Nations Treaty Series, League of Nations Treaty Series, Martens Treaties, Historical Treaty Index, Hein’s U.S. Treaty Index, Rohn’s World Treaty Index, the Multilateral Treaty Calendar and hundreds of related publications such as Kavass’ Guide to the United States Treaties in Force.
Treaties may be searched by keyword, country, treaty number, treaty type, party, sign place, sign date, subject, or citation.
The database is available via the Law Library's database page.
Off-campus users will be prompted to enter Regent login information.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
The Law Library will be operating on an extended schedule through the end of final exams.
Hours: (December 1 through December 12):
Sunday: 2 p.m. -- 2 a.m.
Monday-Friday: 7;30 a.m. -- 2 a.m.
Saturday: 8 am. -- 2 a.m.
Friday, November 7, 2014
A professor at University of South Carolina School of Law has just launched an app designed to help students studying Estates, Future Interests, and the RAP. According to the description, "this app provides step-by-step instructions to guide even the most confused student through the seeming maze of doctrines and rules. Drawings and diagrams, along with multiple examples and explanations, clarify each concept."
*A caveat from our very own first year property profs: Our students should use caution in consulting resources other than their text "because the terminology can be quite different and potentially confusing."
The app is available for download for iOS and Android platforms.
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Have you checked out "Law Student Central" on the Law Library website?
This month, we have added three new guides:
Points to key library resources, study aids and CALI lessons in six core areas for 1Ls: Law School Success, LARW, Civil Procedure, Contracts, Torts and Property.
Links students directly to CALI lessons and study aids, wherever available, for each upper-level course.
Provides bar prep tools and resources for all 50 states and D.C.!