This post is my second in
a series about Casetext. If you didn’t
get a chance to read my first post, check it out here.
In this post, I discuss
my experience using Casetext’s Case Analysis Research Assistant (CARA). CARA is an artificial intelligence research
tool that examines a brief, complaint, or memo you’ve uploaded and returns case
results that are based on the same facts, legal issue, and jurisdiction.
Read More... (A Law Student’s Experience Using Casetext - Part 2: Using CARA)
Posted by Jasmine Plott on Tue. April 30, 2019 1:00 PM
Whereas most users access PDFs via free programs such as
Adobe Reader that do not allow editing, Adobe Acrobat Pro
gives users full
control over editing PDF files. UNC Law students may not be aware that Acrobat Pro is
available to them (and all UNC students and faculty) at no cost
, because the process for acquiring the software involves a
few extra steps which are not immediately obvious. However, students who go
through the process of acquiring Acrobat Pro will likely find it well worth it
to have access to the tools it provides during law school.
Read More... (Edit PDFs with Free Access to Adobe Acrobat Pro for UNC Students and Faculty)
Posted by Sara M. Farnsworth on Wed. March 27, 2019 9:56 AM