Law Library News
Posted Sep 20, 2018
Our latest Collection Highlights are on display in the glass case in the library lobby. Banned Books Week (September 23-29, 2018) celebrates the freedom to read. We are featuring materials from our collection about banned books and censorship.
The items on display are:
- Literary trials: exceptio artis and theories of literature in court edited by Ralf Grüttemeier - Stacks K 3253 A6 L57 2016
- Battle of the books: literary censorship in the public schools, 1950-1985 by Lee Burress - Stacks Z 658 U5 B87 1989
- The United States of America v. one book entitled Ulysses by James Joyce: documents and commentary: a 50-year retrospective edited by Michael Moscato and Leslie LeBlanc - Stacks KF 224 R33 U53 1984
- Forbidden books in American public libraries, 1876-1939: a study in cultural change by Evelyn Geller - Stacks Z 711.4 G44 1984
- Banned books: literature suppressed on social grounds by Dawn B. Sova - Stacks Z 658 U5 S68 2006
- Books condemned to be burnt by James Anson Farrer – Z 1019 F24 1892 (This item is housed in our Rare Books Collection)
- Animal Farm by George Orwell - PR 6029 R8 A62 1996 (This item is housed in our Popular Reading Collection)
- Tropic of Cancer on trial; a case history of censorship by E. R. Hutchinson - Stacks KF 4775 H88
Posted Aug 10, 2018
Welcome to our new 1L and LLM students. The Mabie Law Library has created an orientation guide to assist you during your time at King Hall. The orientation guide can be found online and includes information on:
- Getting ready for Law School
- Carrels and Study areas
- Past exams and exam preparation materials
- Learn about the library and our librarians
Posted Aug 10, 2018
The Mabie Law Library is pleased to report the addition of the following resources:
- Proquest Regulatory Insight - Find compilations of Federal Register notices, proposed rules, and rules representing the complete rulemaking process associated with specific Public Laws and Executive Orders. Precise filtering options allow you to customize each history to meet your research needs.
- HOL American Indian Law Collection - With nearly 1,000 titles unique to this collection and more than 1.2 million total pages dedicated to American Indian Law, this library includes an expansive archive of treaties, federal statutes and regulations, federal case law, tribal codes, constitutions, and jurisprudence. This library also features rare compilations edited by Felix S. Cohen that have never before been accessible online.
- HOL Intellectual Property Law Collection - With millions of pages of legislative histories, treatises, documents, classics, and more relating to copyrights, patents, and trademarks, this collection allows researchers to search across all intellectual property law materials in one database. Notable titles include: Legislative History of the 1909 Copyright Act (1976), Kamenstein Legislative History Project: A Compendium and Analytical Index of Materials Leading to the Copyright Act of 1976, and William Robinson's Law of Patents for Useful Inventions. This library also features CFR Title 37, U.S. Code Titles 17 & 35, Manual of Patent Examining Procedure, and more.