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Congressional Committee Prints Now on HeinOnline

HeinOnline has recently added hundreds of U.S. Congressional committee prints.

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New Database: ProQuest Executive Orders and Presidential Proclamations 1789-2014

Executive orders have taken on renewed prominence in the news of late. Here at the Tarlton Law Library, any patrons researching presidential actions can now turn to another resource.

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U.S. Supreme Court is back in session

The U.S. Supreme Court is back in action today, hearing arguments in Heien v. North Carolina, a case about whether a police officer’s objectively reasonable mistake of law can provide reasonable suspicion sufficient to justify a traffic stop under the Fourth Amendment. If

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New content on Kluwer Arbitration

Wolters Kluwer has recently added new content to its already robust Kluwer Arbitration database. For those who aren’t familiar with Kluwer Arbitration, it is one of the leading databases for both primary and secondary international arbitration materials. Primary materials include the full text

Posted in Collection Highlights, for Faculty, for Students, Legal Research

New source for Practicing Law Institute materials

We are pleased to introduce PLI Discover Plus, a new database available through the library for all of your Practicing Law Institute (PLI) material needs. PLI has long been one of the best sources for practice-focused materials. Now, you can

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Legal History Writing Competition

The Legal History and Rare Books Section (LH&RB) of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), in cooperation with Cengage Learning, announces the sixth annual Morris L. Cohen Student Essay Competition. The competition is named in honor of Morris L.

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