Just in time for the fall semester we have many of the major legal treatises and desk books you need all in one place, your mobile device! That's right, you can download high-demand legal texts to your device and (coming soon) highlight and add your own notes.
Read More... (New UNC Law E-book Library - Digital Access to More Major Legal Books & Treatises)
Need to spend quality screen time curled up with Nimmer on Copyright, Corbin on Contracts, Collier on Bankruptcy, or North Carolina Criminal Procedure? Need a mobile version of the North Carolina General Statutes? Look no further.
Posted by Donna L. Nixon on Mon. August 26, 2019 10:33 AM
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