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Happy Birthday FDsys!

In 2009 on Jan 15. he U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) launched GPO’s Federal Digital System, to serve as the one-stop site to authentic, published Government information. Here is a direct link to  FDsys. Mark Kloempken and Tove...

Are you interested in learning more about the ongoing National Football League Players concussion injury litigation and be notified whenever a document is filed at the court?

Did you know that it is possible to search and access federal dockets for free? All you need to do is go to Justia Dockets and Filings.  This web site allows you to search by party name, judge, court and date. The archive goes back to 2004. It is worth a try. However,...

BNA iPad & iPhone Apps

 Did you know you can read your BNA reports on an iPad and/or iPhone? All of the BNA Law Reports are available on an iPhone and iPad app. … Banking and Bankruptcy, BioTech, Daily Labor, Environment, Family, Health, Government, International, Pensions, Tax, Securities,...

Westlaw Free Printing is History

Westlaw has terminated its free printing services in all law schools.  Sometime during June, the option to print to a Westlaw printer will disappear from your print menu options. So what’s a law student to do? Use Westlaw Next’s Folders to save and share...

Medieval treasures

Title 12 of the United States Code outlines the role of Banks and Banking in the United States Code. Federal Regulations governing banks and banking are located in Title 12 of the CFR. Do you still treasure your piggy bank? Have you ever wondered why are piggy banks...

Ubiquitous Apps?

Ubiquitous means to be present or found everywhere.  These 10 apps to protect your smart  phone may not be ubiquitous, but perhaps they should be. Mark Kloempken and Tove...

Google’s Two Step

You may already have noticed that Google redesigned it’s web page. Do you miss having access to the advanced search option template in Google? Unfortunately this search option is now hidden, somewhat modified and more limited, compared to previous search options...

Unknown MLK recording found in Nashville attic

“A previously unknown interview given by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in 1960 has been discovered in the attic of a Nashville home. Stephon Tull was looking through old boxes of his father’s when he came across a reel labeled “Dr. King interview, Dec. 21, 1960.” He...

New E-Books!

See http://www.oxfordscholarship.com for access to 63 full-text Oxford University Press digital, cross-searchable and downloadable current law titles. From the main page, click on ‘Law’ and if you are off-campus, you will see 63 books listed under...