It’s exam time and Professor Langbein of Yale has this advice on writing law examinations.
If students complete his/her Passport by 12/31/2006, he/she will earn a 2000 TPS bonus.
Download previous exams (with some answers included) from the Library exam webpage.
During finals, Hastings students can reserve the study rooms in the Gold Reading Room for group study. These rooms will be available starting Wednesday November 29th. Contact the Student Information Center (SIC) in the basement of the 198 building (room B6G) for details on how to reserve a study room.
Mariotti, Renato. Cyberspace in Three Dimensions. 55 Syracuse L. Rev. 251-300 (2005).
The Library of Congress American Memory Project contains materials from the collections of the Library of Congress and other institutions, that chronicle historical events, people, places, and ideas that continue to shape America. You can read the thanksgiving proclamation of 1782 issued by Congress here. Other collections of documents include the US Congressional Documents and Debates,1774-1875 at the Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation page, and the Documents from the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention, 1774-1789 at the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention page.
The Library hours for the Thanksgiving Recess are:
Wednesday, November 22 — 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday, November 23 — CLOSED
Friday, November 24 — 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday, November 25 — 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday, November 26 — 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Library hours for December are on this page.
The University of Michigan is making the full text of federal committee hearings (from the 1980s) which have been digitized by Google available through a link in its catalog, MIRLYN: http://mirlyn.lib.umich.edu/. If you’re looking for hearings from a different decade, our library research guide will tell you where else to search.
Getting a job as a judicial extern is a great way to practice your legal knowledge in real-life situations. The Library has resources to help you find a judge. Check out the Judicial Profiles in the Reference Collection, or one of the other judicial directories listed in our research guide. To see what lawyers have written about federal district court and magistrate judges, check out the Robing Room.