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New Books @SchmidLibrary

In Check This Out on August 29, 2014 at 2:55 pm

New Books @Schmid Law Library as of August 29, 2014. The title link will direct you to the catalog record for availability, details and more info. New books check out for two weeks.

Bridging the Gap Between College and Law School: Strategies for Success by Ruta K. Stropus & Charlotte D. Taylor, 2014

Scalia: A Court of One by Bruce Allen Murphy, 2014

Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and the Constitution by Laurence Tribe and Joshua Matz, 2014

Failure to Flourish: How Law Undermines Family Relationships by Clare Huntington, 2014

Immigration Outside the Law by Hiroshi Motomura, 2014

The Child Cases: How America’s Religious Exemption Laws Harm Children by Alan Rogers, 2014

How to Achieve Success After the Bar Exam: A Step-by-Step Action Plan by Joan R. M. Bullock, 2014

Alternative Fees for Business Lawyers and the Clients by Mark A. Robertson, 2014

The Punisher’s Brain: The Evolution of Judge and Jury by Morris B. Hoffman, 2014

The Science and Technology Guidebook for Lawyers by Joseph R. Carvalko and Cara Morris, 2014

The Lawyer’s Uncommon Guide to Commercial Leasing by Sidney G. Saltz, 2013

The Lawyer’s Guide to Financial Planning by Cynthia Sharp, 2014

Business Torts: A Practical Guide to Litigation edited by Bradley P. Nelson & Jeffrey R. Teeters, 2014

Beginner’s Guide to The Housing Credit by Mark Shelburne, 2014

The International Rule of Law Movement: A Crisis of Legitimacy and the Way Forward edited by David Marshall, 2014

ABA Compendium of Professional Responsibility Rules and Standards, 2014 ed., 2014

China Law Deskbook: A Legal Guide for Foreign-Invested Enterprises, Volume I & II by James M. Zimmerman, 2014

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From the Library: Fall Semester Updates

In Read This on August 27, 2014 at 2:24 pm

Welcome back! We are happy to see everyone back in the building, here’s a few updates for our law students.

  • Student WiFi Snafu Returning students: it is likely that you will not have access to the Law College’s wifi network. The university’s wifi administrators unexpectedly deleted many student registrations for the network. If you try to get access and get an error message, you will need to re-register your computer. If you need assistance, please visit the IT office (Room 170).
  • New Student Printer Lab Software Student network printing and printers have changed! The new server software, PaperCut, allows for printing of Google Docs and from ChromeBooks. All students (new and returning) must set up the new printing system to print via the law school printers. If you need assistance, please visit the IT office (Room 170).
  • Where Did That Book Go? The first floor library collection was shifted over summer break, please ask a librarian or library staff if you need help locating a book.
  • Need Technology in Classrooms? Students, if you need technology in a classroom for a special speaker or your own presentation, please complete the AV Request form. We appreciate your request sooner than later! http://law.unl.edu/library/info/avreq/

Roscoe Sez: Welcome!

In Check This Out on August 21, 2014 at 6:22 pm

Roscoe Sez: Welcome!

The Schmid Law Library staff and librarians welcome you to law school. We look forward to working with you this year. If you have any questions, please ask! Our librarians are friendly and the library is a great place to study, prepare for class and find some quiet time during the busy fall semester.

Roscoe Sez: Welcome 2014

 

Looking For a Study Room?

In Read This on August 19, 2014 at 6:33 pm

The 2014-2015 academic year at the University of Nebraska begins on Monday, August 25th! The librarians and staff at Schmid Law Library welcome students to law school; we look forward to working with you this year.  

Please review the Schmid Law Library Study Room Policy; the law library study rooms are for Nebraska Law Students ONLY.

HOUSE RULES

Law students must sign up for rooms and keys must be checked out. Keys must be returned at the end of reserved time.

LOCK THE DOOR WHEN YOU LEAVE.

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR RETURNING THE KEY TO THE CIRCULATION DESK.

Room Signup:

  • The reservation sheet is put out daily at the Circulation Desk.
  • No over the telephone signups.
  • Desk workers will NOT take reservations, hold rooms, or guarantee room availability.
  • Use is limited to a total of 4 hours per day; alone or in a group.
  • Rooms not claimed within 10 minutes may be taken by others.
  • Do not move furniture or bring furniture into any study rooms.

DO NOT leave computers, books, bags and other items unattended. The Schmid Law Library is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Student Printing Upgrade

In Check This Out on August 12, 2014 at 4:27 pm

New Student Printer Lab Software
Good news for the 2014-2015 academic year – we’ve upgraded the library printers and print system! Student network printing will be easier and cheaper. Please drop by the IT Suite, room 170 on the library first floor to get set up on the new system. The new server software, PaperCut, will also allow for printing of Google Docs and printing from ChromeBooks.

library printers, fall 2014

 

New Books @SchmidLibrary

In Check This Out on August 1, 2014 at 3:41 pm

New Books @Schmid Law Library as of August 1, 2014. The title link will direct you to the catalog record for availability, details and more info. New books check out for two weeks.

Flexible Trusts and Estates for Uncertain Times, 5th ed. by Jerold I. Horn, 2014

Flying Solo: A Survival Guide for the Solo and Small Firm Lawyer, 5th ed. edited by K. William Gibson, 2014

The Family Lawyer’s Guide to Bankruptcy: Forms, Tips, and Strategies, 3rd ed. by Shyna M. Steinfeld and Bruce R. Steinfeld, 2014

The Practitioner’s Guide to Trials Before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board edited by Erika Harmon Arner & Joseph E. Palys, 2014

Lifestyle Analysis in Divorce Cases: Investigating Spending and Finding Hidden Income and Assets by Tracy Coehen, 2014

The Mother Court: Tales of Cases That Mattered in America’s Greatest Trial Court by James D. Zirin, 2014

The Privilege of Silence: Fifth Amendment Protections Against Self-Incrimination, 2nd ed. by Steven M. Salky & Paul B. Hynes Jr., 2014

 Preparing Witnesses: A Practical Guide for Lawyers and Their Clients, 4th ed. by Daniel I. Small, 2014

The Second Amendment: A Biography by Michael Waldman, 2014

The Five Types of Legal Argument, 3rd ed. by Wilson Huhn, 2014

Litigating in Federal Court: A Guide to the Rules, 2nd ed. by Ann E. Woodley, 2014

Intellectual Property Law in the Sports and Entertainment Industries by Walter T. Champion, Kirk D. Willis, and Patrick K. Thornton, 2014

The Copyright Book: A Practical Guide, 6th ed., by William S. Strong, 2014

Four Square Leagues: Pueblo Indian Land in New Mexico by Malcolm Ebright, Rick Hendricks, and Richard W. Hughes, 2014

Going Beyond Google: Strategies for Using and Teaching the Invisible Web by Jane Devine & Francine Egger-Sider, 2014

Global Climate Change and U.S. Law, 2nd ed. edited by Michael B. Gerrard & Jody Freeman, 2014

Friend of the Court: On the Front Lines with the First Amendment by Floyd Abrams, 2013

Secularism and Freedom of Conscience by Jocelyn Maclure & Charles Taylor, 2011

The Twelfth Victim: The Innocence of Caril Fugate in the Starkweather Murder Rampage by Linda M. Battisti & John Stevens Berry, 2014

The Mexican Legal System: A Comprehensive Research Guide, 3rd ed. by Francisco A. Avalos, 2013

Neighbor Law: Fences, Trees, Boundaries & Noise, 8th ed. By NOLO, 2014

The NSA Report: Liberty and Security in a Changing World by Richard A. Clarke, Michael J. Morrell, Geoffrey R. Stone, Cass R. Sunstein & Peter Swire, 2014