Carolina Blawg

PLI Discover Plus

For years the Practising Law Institute (PLI) has been a favorite source of educational materials for lawyers, because it focuses on real-life issues that attorneys face in their practices. Now the Law Library has acquired a subscription to PLI Discover Plus, a database offering the last ten years of PLI materials.


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Posted by Jim Sherwood on Thu. August 28, 2014 8:04 AM
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Law360 Now Available to Carolina Law Students and Faculty

Law360 is a resource from LexisNexis that provides current news and expert analysis of major litigation developments in U.S. federal district courts.


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Posted by Nick Sexton on Tue. August 26, 2014 10:15 AM
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New Resource: Pratt Banking Law E-Books

Carolina Law faculty and students can now access a collection of 90 banking law titles from leading industry publisher A.S. Pratt via Lexis Advance.


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Posted by Timothy J. Gallina (Tim) on Mon. August 25, 2014 2:47 PM
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Westlaw Digital Study Aids

This year the law library is conducting a one-year pilot project to provide students with digital study aids through Westlaw, which includes a wide variety of popular titles, including Nutshells and Concise Hornbook series titles. Students and faculty can access Westlaw Digital Study Aids by logging on with their Westlaw username and password.


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Posted by David R. Hansen (Dave) on Wed. August 20, 2014 12:10 PM
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Welcome

Welcome, UNC law students!

We have added some new databases and painted the law library in anticipation of your arrival. Please come find your favorite places to study in the library, and get to know the librarians and library staff who can help you find and use library resources.

Anne Klinefelter
Director of the Law Library and Associate Professor of Law


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Posted by Anne Klinefelter on Mon. August 18, 2014 4:43 PM
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New Edition of North Carolina Legal Research Available

North Carolina Legal Research

The second edition of North Carolina Legal Research is available. This book's unique focus on the North Carolina legal research process is helpful to anyone conducting research on North Carolina law.

The book is authored by the library's current Deputy Director, Sara Sampson, and former Deputy Director, Scott Childs, now the Director of the Law Library at University of Tennessee.


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Posted by Sara A. Sampson on Mon. June 30, 2014 3:07 PM
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