Craving Halloween candy? Miss trick-or-treating? Wondering how to start doing research for that upcoming seminar paper? Want to win an iPad mini? Then come to the Law Library’s Fright Fest this Wednesday, October 29 for tasty treats, research tips, and a fabulous raffle. Continue reading
Are your writing a paper on restorative justice or bioethics and the law? Are you interested in counterterrorism law, internet publishing or Elvis? If so, the Pepperdine Law Library may have the book for you. We are constantly adding new titles to our collection! Several of our recent additions include:
- Bioethics: Method, Theories, Domains by Marcus Düwell (2013)
- Cloud Computing for Lawyers and Executives: A Global Approach by Thomas J. Shaw (2013)
- Do Great Cases Make Bad Law? By Lackland H. Bloom Jr. (2014)
- Fair Deal for All Clients: How to Rekindle Pride in the Legal Profession by Gerald F. Phillips (2013)
- Internet Publishing Perils and Practices: A Compass for Content in the Digital Domain edited by John P. Borger and Steven D. Zansberg (2013)
- Justice through Apologies: Remorse, Reform, and Punishment by Nick Smith (2014)
- Restorative Justice, Reconciliation, and Peacebuilding by Jennifer J. Llewellyn and Daniel Philpott (2014)
- The Evangelical Origins of the Living Constitution by John W. Compton (2014)
- The Little Book of Elvis Law by Cecil C. Kuhne III (2013)
You can find all these new titles and more on the main floor of the Law Library; they’re on the shelves on the opposite side of the New York Times bestsellers. Feel free to ask a reference librarian for assistance.
The Harnish Law Library now subscribes to LawMemo, an online resource providing access to labor and employment law cases dating back to 1999 from all appellate state and federal courts, including the DC Circuit and the US Supreme Court. Also included are three reporters: the Employment Law Memo (ELM), the NLRB Law Memo, and the Arbitration Law Memo (ALM).
Pepperdine Law students, faculty, and staff can create individual LawMemo accounts to conduct research and set up custom alerts based on jurisdiction or topic. To sign up for a LawMemo account, please visit the Law Library’s Online Databases webpage and follow the instructions under the LawMemo entry.
The Harnish Law Library subscribes to a variety of online databases to assist faculty, students, and staff with their legal research needs. On this blog we will highlight some of the helpful electronic resources available to you as a Pepperdine Law student.
Our first spotlight e-resource is Bloomberg BNA. Bloomberg BNA includes over 100 online newsletters that provide news and analysis in a wide range of practice areas, including:
- Corporate Law
- Criminal Law
- Employment and Labor
- International Law
- Health Care
The Law Library has the most recent New York Times bestsellers in fiction and nonfiction. Take a break from your class reading and come check them out! Continue reading
No doubt about it, law school is tough and stressful. While a little bit of stress can be good, too much stress can wreak havoc on the body and the mind. Thus, finding ways to deal with stress is key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and a healthy mind. One way to de-stress is with regular exercise, and one type of exercise you might try is yoga.
Recently, the Law Library began offering a 5-week yoga series at the Quiet Gym on Wednesdays at 5pm. Students, faculty and staff are all welcome to join in a 50-minute yoga session in the new gym located on the first floor of the Law Library. Mats will be provided. Sign up at the front desk in the Law Library to reserve your spot. Yoga sessions are limited to 20 people so sign up before you lose your spot.
Upcoming Yoga Sessions Will Be Held On:
- October 1
- October 8
- October 15
- October 22
Bonus: Earn 25 points toward your Student Life Challenge for each session of yoga you attend.