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In this work, four leading academics explore regulatory reforms and recommendations in the European Union, Australia, and the United States, including the perspectives of political science, economics, and finance.Find this title and other feature titles located on the New Books Shelf.InfoHawk Catalog RecordMonthly New Acquisitions

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HeinOnline's newest online collections are available at the Law Library's Electronic Resources web page: Immigration Law Policy in the U.S. (HeinOnline) and Parker School of Foreign & Comparative Law Publications (HeinOnline).The Immigration Law Policy in the U.S. collection provides access to important historical documents, all major Acts, and legislation related to immigration law in the United States. This collection includes...

ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the United StatesSearching for statistical information? ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the United States is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic conditions of the United States. The online version includes monthly updates to tables, deep searching at the line-item level, powerful facets for narrowing search results, image and spreadsheet versions of all current and historical tables, along with links to provider sites.Bar JournalsSearch or browse bar association journal articles online with our new...

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This collection of essays provides a unique view of the inner workings of the Supreme Court from the people who clerked for the justices, from Randy Bezanson and Alan Dershowitz, to the first African-American clerk, William Thaddeus Coleman, Jr., and the first female clerk, Lucile Lomen.Find this title and other feature titles located on the New Books Shelf.InfoHawk Catalog RecordMonthly New Acquisitions

The Law Library welcomes back returning second-year and third-year students. As you prepare for fall semester, the Law Library wants to remind you of some recent changes to LexisNexis and Westlaw.Lexis Advance Single Sign-OnOver the summer, LexisNexis migrated to a single ID system. Now,  to access LexisNexis, you must use your Lexis Advance ID. (Your LexisNexis ID has been deactivated.) If you have already registered your Lexis Advance ID you don’t need to do anything. If you do not have or cannot remember your Lexis Advance ID, please contact our LexisNexis representative, Kendra Campbell at Kendra.Campbell@lexisnexis.com or Jacquelyn...

1Ls should plan on attending Lexis Advance training on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 with our LexisNexis representative, Kendra Campbell. This research session is for first-year students to demonstrate how to use Lexis Advance to prepare for class, how to find a case, free printing and Rewards.Lexis Advance research training will be held in Levitt Auditorium from 11:50 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 12:40 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Pizza lunch and free prizes provided courtesy of LexisNexis. Earn 400 points for attending.

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Law as a Leap of Faith is a collection of 11 of John Gardner’s writings on the philosophy of law, most of which were previously published in one form or another, with two items not previously published. According to the publisher, this collection “presents the main elements of his [own] unique and refreshingly direct way of thinking about law.”Find this title and other feature titles located on the New Books Shelf.InfoHawk Catalog Record

The Law Library welcomes the class of 2016! We look forward to meeting each of you during Orientation Week.Monday, August 19th, you will meet the Student Computing staff during the Accessing Online Services and Laptop Best Practices programs at 3:15 p.m. in Levitt Auditorium. All incoming students are required to register and attend these programs. You may register online at https://uiowa.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_24TXFScaTbcKyAl. If you anticipate using a personal computer for your studies, bring your computer, power cable, and network cable (optional) to these programs. Please review the Student...

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The Law Library’s collection is among the largest in the country, and it continues to grow. The shelving space in the Law Library, however, remains static. At present, the Law Library shelving is about 98% full. In order to relieve congestion in the stacks, offsite storage is a necessity.Last year, the University agreed to provide the Law Library with its own offsite storage space (the Law Library Annex) to assist the Law Library in managing the shelving of its collection. The Law Library Annex is located in a former warehouse near the Iowa City airport. It is a closed storage facility that will be visited only by Law Library staff assigned to deliver to or reshelve materials in the Annex....

Welcome to the new Law Library website. Our new website has a different look and several new features to explore. Here are some quick facts about the new website:1. It's mobile friendly. The website was designed to work on every device and every browser. Our visitors will have the same online experience regardless of viewing device.2. InfoHawk Search Box: We've added a search box for the library's catalog on the homepage. The search box will search keyword anywhere. For additional search options, select the More Search Options link.3. New hours display: We've updated the current library hours display to make the hours easier to locate.4. Research Quick Links: We've added a research box...

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