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Reserve Your Study Room Online!

We are happy to announce that Pace law students can now reserve Law Library study rooms using an online reservation system. Along with the new online system, we are instituting new study room reservation policies which will make it easier for you to make a reservation: Each student is entitled to reserve 2 hours of study […]

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The White House has released a set of guidelines to help colleges deal with sexual assault. Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault sets out action steps that include campus climate surveys and recommendations for prevention programs and effective responses to reports of sexual assault. The […]

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Congratulations to Vicky Gannon, Head of Circulation and Reference Librarian, who received the Land Use Law Center’s Annual Distinguished Service Award for her continuous contributions to the work and mission of the Land Use Law Center at Pace University School of Law. On December 6, 2013, the Land Use Law Center hosted its 12th annual […]

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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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On behalf of the Criminal Justice Society (CJS) at Pace Law School, please come and support the students’ fundraising efforts by participating in any of the following exciting events: Wednesday, November 18, 2009Please join the Criminal Justice Society for dinner and conversation starting at 7:00 pm in the Antipasti Restaurant located at 1 North Broadway, […]

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Via Telegraph.co.uk, Microsoft Windows 7 Will Cost £30 For Students. Microsoft is offering college and university students a reduced price version of its Windows 7 operating system. Both the Windows 7 Home Premium edition and Windows 7 Professional edition will be available for £30 each, compared to the normal retail prices of £79.99 and £189.99 […]

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For those who don’t know of JDSupra, take a moment to read one of our previous posts, JD Supra & Facebook. JDSupra recently introduced its Law Centers. All the donated documents are now organized into four categories by topics and areas of interest: Business Law Centers, Personal Law Centers, Government Law Centers, and Law Practice […]

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Via Chronicle of Higher Education, in an article titled Not Enough Time In the Library, the author Todd Gilman points out an interesting fact; being computer-literate doesn’t mean and/or guarantee being research-literate. Todd discusses the existence and importance of technological tools, such are smart classrooms, interactive whiteboards, Web 2.0 tools, social networking tools, citation tools, […]

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Be Aware Of Wikipedia!

Via WisBlawg, a post titled Student’s Wikipedia Hoax Fools Journalists, Bloggers, writes about an example of unreliability of Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia. I think it is safe to say that everyone of us, at least once, received the warning to verify information found online against a reputable source. We all heard the advice to always […]

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This post is to follow up on our previous two posts (by Cynthia) about Lexis and Westlaw summer access. This time, let’s give it a summary and complete the list by adding Loislaw. LexisAccess to Lexis is limited beginning June 1 unless you register for summer access. Summer access is limited to academic purposes, which […]

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