Lexis Learn

Want to learn how to use Lexis Advance? Wondering how to find statutes and related cases for your brief? Need a refresher on how to find secondary sources? Lexis Learn can help. Lexis Learn is a new interactive learning platform that aims to help students learn and practice basic research techniques. It consists of seven modules, each roughly 10 to 15 minutes in length. The modules are interactive so you practice the skills you’re learning as you watch the accompanying video. Though Lexis Learn focuses on using Lexis Advance, the skills taught are applicable to research in general.

To access Lexis Learn sign into Lexis at http://lexis.com/lawschool. Once you are on the Lexis homepage, select Lexis Learn in the column on the left side of the screen. If you have any questions please contact a reference librarian.

E-Resource Spotlight: Oxford Legal Research Library: International Commercial Arbitration

The Harnish Law Library now subscribes to Oxford Legal Research Library’s International Commercial Arbitration collection, the subject of this week’s e-resource spotlight.

This new resource is an e-book collection that brings together some of the leading texts in the field of arbitration.  The collection includes treaties, texts that cover some of the key arbitral bodies and jurisdictions, and a number of officially recognized texts covering the rules of particular arbitral bodies.  Continue reading