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April 13, 2005

Read the 2005 Weintraub Lecture

The text of the 2005 Weintraub Lecture given on April 12 at the Law School by Justice Roberto A. Rivera-Soto of the Supreme Court of New Jersey is available on the Law Library website.

Posted by kreiss at 01:53 PM

April 11, 2005

BePress Repository

Rutgers Law Faculty have been posting their scholarship for free download as a part of the the BePress Legal Repository for the past year. Please take a moment to browse through some of our Faculty's work. If you are a Faculty member interested in finding out how to post your work please consult our upload instructions for the service or contact us for help.

Posted by kreiss at 03:24 PM

April 04, 2005

NJ Supreme Court Oral Arguments Archives

The Law Library is pleased to announce a new addition to our New Jersey Digital Legal Library project. We will now host a video archive of the Supreme Court of New Jersey's oral arguments beginning with arguments heard in January 2005. For more information see the news item in Friday's Star Ledger.

Posted by kreiss at 09:17 AM

March 22, 2005

Fall Semester Exams Available

The library has added the final exams from the Fall 2004 semester to our exams archive for use as study aids. These materials are available to law students, faculty, and staff.

Posted by kreiss at 02:42 PM

March 21, 2005

Sign up for Bridge The Gap

The library is pleased to announce this year's "Bridge the Gap", the annual summer associate legal research program. The program is designed to help law students prepare for the legal research requirements of a summer associate position. It is presented free of charge by the New Jersey Law Librarians Association, NJLLA, at the Law School. This year's program is Saturday, April 2 from 8:30 - 2:00 p.m. Please register today to reserve your spot. You can register online and find out more information on the program at the NJLLA website, www.njlla.org.

Posted by kreiss at 04:03 PM