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New Books @Schmid Law Library as of August 17, 2015. The title link will direct you to the catalog record for availability, details and more information. New books check out for two weeks.
Transgender Persons and the Law, 2nd edition by Ally Windsor Howell, 2015
Connecting With Your Client, 2nd edition by Noelle C. Nelson, 2015
Construction Litigation, 2nd edition edited by Melissa A. Beutler & Edward B. Gentilcore, 2015
Annotated Model Rules of Professional Conduct, 8th edition by Ellen J. Bennett, Elizabeth J. Cohen & Helen W. Gunnarsson, 2015
Virtual Law Practice: How to Deliver Legal Services Online, 2nd ed. by Stephanie L. Kimbro, 2015
Avoiding Bad Depositions: A Simple Guide to Complex Issues by Janet S. Kole, 2015
Freedom For All: An Attorney’s Guide to Fighting Human Trafficking by Kelly Hyland & Kavitha Sreesharsha, 2015
How to Build a Real Estate Law Practice by Dean Alterman, 2015
Inherited IRAs: What Every Practitioner Must Know, 2015 Edition by Seymour Goldberg, 2015
The Complete Guide to Mediation: How to Effectively Represent Your Clients and Expand Your Family Law Practice, 2nd by Forrest S. Mosten & Elizabeth Potter Scully, 2015
Preparing for Trial: 60 Days and Counting by Bruce W. Felmly, 2015
Legal Cases of the Civil War by Robert Bruce Murray, 2003
Helicopter Crash Litigation by Gary C. Robb, 2010
Trial Advocacy in Action: 20 Exercises to Sharpen Your Criminal Case Skills by Brent E. Newton, 2015
I Am Murdered: George Wythe, Thomas Jefferson, and the Killing That Shocked a New Nation by Bruce Chadwick, 2009
Schmid Law Library has a unique collection of biographies and histories of the U.S. Supreme Court justices and the Supreme Court thanks to James W. Hewitt, a University of Nebraska College of Law alum and retired district judge in Nebraska. The purpose of this donation is to encourage law students to read more legal and Supreme Court history; all the titles are available for checkout.
This collection is located near room 131 in the library, please see a librarian to learn more or with questions.