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New American Indian Law Resources At Your Library

American Indian Law offers researchers and practitioners alike an opportunity to study history as it develops.  This month the Law Library has added several new ...

How to Locate Law Review and Journal Articles

Fall semester is almost over, and seminar papers are nearly due.  We have asked guest blogger Tracy Moore to discuss how to ...

NCCU Law Library’s Fasset Collection

The John D. Fassett Collection is one of the Law Library's newest acquisitions. The Law Library has asked guest blogger Tracy Moore to discuss this ...

New Library Titles about the Presidency and Elections

As Election Day nears, several new resources available in the Law Library may help you get even further into the civic spirit leading up to ...

Congress.gov

The Library of Congress, the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the Government Printing Office have joined forces to create ...

Law Library Midterm Coffee and Tea Break

Next week, the Law Library will host two Midterm Coffee and Tea Breaks!  Please stop by the table outside of the Law Library on Monday, ...

New Titles about Women in the Law

If you are interested in reading about women in the legal system, the Law Library recently added three new titles that may peak your interest.  ...

Bloomberg Law Table September 26

Bloomberg Law is the Law Library's newest legal research platform. Bloomberg Law has access to a variety of legal content, including case law, transactional law ...

Law Library Secondary Sources

Secondary sources are those that comment on or give guidance to the law. The Law Library has asked our Reference Assistant, Tracy Moore, to discuss ...

Bloomberg Law

The Law Library proudly announces its newest legal research platform, Bloomberg Law. Bloomberg ...