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Information on summer access to Lexis, Bloomberg Law, and Westlaw for students who are NOT graduating in May: Lexis has no restrictions on use over the summer, and you do not have to do anything to extend your password. Bloomberg Law has no restrictions on use over the summer, and you do not have to […]

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Pace Law Review is hosting a Symposium titled Social Media and Social Justice on Friday, March 28, 2014 at the New York State Judicial Institute in White Plains, NY. This event, co-sponsored by CollenIP, is an all day event starting at 9:00 am – 5:00 pm offering five different presentation panels throughout the day.  Those […]

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In a recent Google Official Blog post, Staying at the Forefront of Email Security and Reliability: HTTPS-only and 99.978 Percent Availability, Google announces that Starting today, Gmail will always use an encrypted HTTPS connection when you check or send email. Gmail has supported HTTPS since the day it launched, and in 2010 we made HTTPS the default. Today’s change […]

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3rd Annual Pace Law Exposition on Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law: A Closer Look at the Evolution of Patents & the Future of Digital Media is hosted by the Pace Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law Forum (PIPSELF). The expo will take place on Thursday February 6, 2014 at Pace Law School Moot Court, […]

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If you are a December 2013 JD or LLM graduate, read up! LexisNexis is offering Grad-Access to Lexis Advance to December 2013 law school JD and LLM graduates. You can take advantage of one of the following two options: Graduate ID Program: Graduates can apply and receive a new Lexis Advance ID for use to study […]

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Among the many initiatives delivering access to court opinions online for free is a project made possible through the partnership of the federal Judiciary and the Government Printing Office providing free online access to federal court opinions on the GPO’s Federal Digital System, FDsys.  This project now includes 64 federal courts publishing opinions on FDsys, […]

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The first time we mentioned the United States Code available online at the OLRC (Office of Law Revision Counsel) was in 2011 when it was still in beta version. A lot has happened in the past two years. The OLRC’s site is no longer in beta version and offers many new features. Users may browse the Code […]

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Constitute was developed by the Comparative Constitutions Project with the help of National Science Foundation (SES 0648288, IIS 1018554), the Cline Center for Democracy, the University of Texas, the University of Chicago, and the Constitution Unit at University College London. Currently Constitute includes the constitution that was in force in September of 2013 for nearly every independent state in the world. Certain countries whose constitutional […]

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Many courts are taking advantage of technology by posting the recordings of oral arguments online. The United States Supreme Court is a perfect example. To access transcripts as well as the audio recordings of arguments heard by the Court, visit SCOTUSBlog. Under Quick Links in the upper right hand corner of the screen hover over […]

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The Girl’s Guide to Law School has a continuing series of posts tagged Surviving Law School 101: What You Need to Know to Succeed. The author has some excellent advice on surviving the first year of law school, including class preparation, outlining, and thinking about exams from the very first class. The most recent post […]

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