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Are you in school and required to submit your papers and assignments anonymously? Regardless of which school you are attending, this post is for you! Pace Law Library is happy to share the newest addition to its collection of instructional videos titled Preparing Your Paper for Anonymous Submission Using Microsoft Word 2010. This two minute demo, produced by […]

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For all of you out there who are about to begin law school and have, what appears to be, an endless amount of questions, you may find the following titles to be of assistance in providing some of the basics. All sources listed are available at Pace Law School Library. Overall Advice and More Kelsey […]

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Attention all law students! Looking to distinguish yourself as you enter the internship and/or job market? One of the best and easiest ways to get yourself noticed by prospective supervisors and employers is to get an article published while you are still in law school. The benefits of getting published are many as a well […]

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The popular law school study aids, Examples & Explanations, including Contracts, Federal Income Tax, Copyright, Debtor and Creditor, Evidence, Criminal Law, Property, and many others, are available online. Google has digitized the full content of many of the titles from this series. They are available on Google Books and large portions are available for free. […]

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About To Start Law School?

Summer is coming to an end and school year is about to start. The fall semester at Pace Law School starts next week when we welcome the incoming class of first year law students. Students often wonder what the experience will be like, how can they succeed, how can they survive? Perhaps the following materials […]

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Summer is approaching, so don’t forget to register your Lexis and Westlaw passwords for summer access. LexisNexis Summer Access Students may register for LexisNexis Summer Access by requesting access to LexisNexis using their Law School Educational ID from June 1 to August 1, 2010 for academic purposes. Academic purposes include, but are not limited to: […]

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Student Debt Webinar

Via Res Ipsa Blog, a post titled Student Debt Webinar: Public Service Loan Forgiveness and Loan Repayment Assistance Programs features some details pertaining to the College Cost Reduction Access Act (CCRAA). Equal Justice Works is presenting a number of webinars on the CCRAA. The CCRAA provides loan forgiveness for students who enter government positions, including […]

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AudioCaseFiles offers downloadable MP3 files of court opinions as well as streaming trial video. You can search by course to find audio and text versions of the most precedential cases in the United States, including constitutional law, criminal law and intellectual property law. Watch experienced practitioners argue cases on products liability, antitrust, mergers and acquisitions, […]

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Via Legal Blog Watch, Contest Gives Law Students Shot at $10K by Robert J. Ambrogi, read about a contest for law students that gives you the chance to win $10K. All you have to do is to make a video sharing your inspiration for going to law school. The My Inspiration contest is a repeat […]

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A thought provoking post at Legal Blog Watch by Carolyn Elefant Should Bar Exams Test Legal Research Skills?, is a reaction post to Joe Hodnicki post on Law Librarian Blog Should (When Will) Legal Research Skills Be Tested on bar Exam? It is obviously an involved topic, but I will try to briefly sum it […]

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