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Books in the Law Library Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(7 days ago) Books in the Law Library. Law Faculty: Please use the request form to have books of interest routed to you. If you have questions, please either email our AskCir account at [email protected]law-arizona.libanswers.com. (link sends e-mail) or call the Circulation Desk at 626-8023.
Welcome! Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(3 days ago) The Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library, like the College of Law and the University of Arizona, is a welcoming haven for all members of the Arizona Law community regardless race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, political affiliation, veteran status, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, or
Law Library Reference Resources Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law
(1 days ago) Location: Law Reference KF 190 .L38. Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory (Reed Pub. Inc.): A voluntary directory of attorneys within the United States and some international locations. Attorneys listed in the directory provide date of birth, law school attended, and year graduated from law …
Law IT Support Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(4 days ago) The Law IT team frequently collaborates with students, but our primary mission is supporting faculty, staff, and classroom/building technology needs. If you need a consultation or assistance from Law IT, please contact our team by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law of the River Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(9 days ago) Law of the River. Law of the River documents from Reclamation: Managing Water in the West. This is the fourth in a series of volumes dedicated to chronicling the history of the use and management of the Colorado River. The print volume is in the library's Government Documents section (lower level) at I …
Student Services Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(7 days ago) The Law Library provides access to a variety of Study Aids to help you succeed in law school. CALI The College of Law is a member of the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction . The CALI website offers more than 1,000 interactive legal tutorials written by law professors on over 25 topical areas. The eLangdell bookstore offers over 60
Disability Law Research Guide Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law
(9 days ago) Disability Law Blog, Samuel R. Bagenstos—This University of Michigan Law School Professor and textbook author is a former Department of Justice attorney specializing in Disability Law. His scholarship may also be found at Works of Samual Bagenstos at bepress.com.
Jen Bedier Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(7 days ago) J.D., University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law. B.A. University of Arizona, majoring in English Literature, minoring in Biochemistry Bio. Jennifer (Jen) Bedier is a Fellow at the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library pursuing a M.A. in Library & Information Science at the University of Arizona.
Insurance Law Research Guide Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law
(9 days ago) Case law is an important source of law in the United States’ legal system. Federal courts generally interpret federal law (although state law also at times) and state courts such as the Arizona Supreme Court or Arizona Court of Appeals interpret state legislation, rules and regulations.
University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
(8 days ago) the Law Library provides legal materials and reference assistance for the faculty, staff and students of the University as a whole and for the local bar and general public.” The Law Library is an indispensable partner with the law school in preparing competent lawyers, advancing legal scholarship, and improving the law. Our highest priority is to
Library Policies Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(2 days ago) The Law Library exists primarily to serve the needs of students, faculty, and staff of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. However, the library collection is also available to other University of Arizona faculty, staff, and students, local bar and bench, and members of the general public with a legitimate legal research need.
Resources Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(8 days ago) Catalogs. Primo: Library Search —Search for resources from the Law Library, the UA Libraries, and other libraries. New Books List —A list of the Law Library's latest acquisitions. WorldCat —Search for materials in libraries around the world.
International Trade Law and Development Daniel F
(6 days ago) This guide provides links to sources to aid the researcher in trade law and international development by bringing together in one place significant primary laws and decision- and policy-making bodies. Useful secondary sources, such as research guides, statistics, and web collections of …
Faculty Services Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(6 days ago) The Law Library offers a number of general and topic-specific current awareness services to help faculty stay abreast of new developments in their areas of research (e.g. CILP and SmartCILP, Law 360, Law.com, and SSRN/LSN abstracting journals). In addition to these services, the library has a site license to the New York Times.
Databases by Title Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(5 days ago) Databases by Title. Off-campus access to resources is available to University users with a NetID. Off-campus access to some resources is restricted to the College of Law community. All databases may be accessed using public computers within the Law Library, except for certain resources including WestLaw, LexisAdvance, and CALI.
Databases by Subject Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(6 days ago) International Review of Law & Economics (ScienceDirect) Kluwer Law International Journal Library (Hein) Making of Modern Law: Foreign, Comparative and International Law 1600-1926 (Gale) Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Oxford University Press) NatLaw World (National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade)
Digital Collection Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(8 days ago) The Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library's Digital Collections provide online access to content from the Law Library's Special Collections, including College of Law publications and state and federal documents related to Arizona's legal and political history. Accessing Resources. All items can be opened and downloaded as PDFs. College Archive
Public Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(5 days ago) Library Policies for Visitors. Although the primary mission of the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library is to support the curricular, scholarship, and research needs of the James E. Rogers College of Law’s students and faculty, the library also provides access to legal materials to members of the general public.
Online Legal Research Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(1 days ago) Law Library Research Guides; Law Library Databases; Top. General Legal Reference. Legal Research Sites. Legal Information Institute (LII) at Cornell Law School; Findlaw for Legal Professionals; Justia; Law Library of Congress: Guide to Law Online; The Law Student Guide to Free Legal Research on the Internet; LLRX Court Rules, Forms and Dockets
Cas Laskowski Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(Just Now) Prior to pursuing her career as a law librarian, Cas worked as a geospatial analyst in the United States Army and served a fifteen-month tour of duty in Iraq. She is a an IBM and IDEO trained design thinking facilitator, and has facilitated workshops addressing human trafficking, student wellness, and open access to the law.
Mexican Legal System Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(Just Now) Roman law influenced “the law of persons, the family, inheritance, property, torts, unjust enrichment, and contracts.” The influence of canon law is found mainly “in the area of family law and succession (both parts of the Roman Civil Law), criminal law and the law of procedures.” The third historical component, medieval common
Special Collections Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(8 days ago) The Cracchiolo Law Library has a number of rotating physical exhibits each year which can be viewed on the upper and lower levels of the library. Two permanent exhibits are also accessible on the lower level of the library: Raul H. Castro and William H. Rehnquist. Exhibits may be accessed by all during regular Law …
Bankruptcy Law Research Guide Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law
(9 days ago) Law Library Fellow. Disclaimer: This guide is intended as a research guide only and does not constitute legal advice. This guide is not exhaustive of all materials related to bankruptcy law and is only meant to be a beginning point for your research. For specific legal issues and questions you should seek the advice of a licensed, experienced
Hours and Contact Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(4 days ago) The Law Library is closed the following holidays in 2021: January 18, 2021- Martin Luther King Jr. Day. May 31, 2021- Memorial Day. July 5, 2021- Independence Day. September 6, 2021 - Labor Day. November 11, 2021 - Veterans' Day November 25 & 26, 2021 - Thanksgiving. December closure - TBA
Marcelo Rodríguez Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(Just Now) Marcelo Rodríguez. Foreign, Comparative and International Law Librarian. (520) 621-5604. [email protected] Marcelo Rodríguez joined the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library as the Foreign, Comparative and International Law Librarian in February 2021. He came to us from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit in New Your City where he
Police Practices Resources Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(6 days ago) This national calendar of publicly accessible events related to police practices including police ethics, accountability, and reforms was created collaboratively between law librarians and the ABA Legal Education Police Practices Consortium.The Consortium "aims to contribute to the national effort examining and addressing legal issues in policing and public safety, including conduct, oversight
Arizona Resources for Legal Advice Daniel F. Cracchiolo
(Just Now) Southern Arizona Legal Aid (520-623-9465) — Provides legal assistance to eligible people with housing, domestic relations, immigration, public benefits, education, and consumers issues. Arizona Center for Disability Law (602-274-6287) — Provides assistance and referrals to people with disabilities.
Regulatory Science at the Rogers College of Law Daniel F
(8 days ago) Law students must access through their Lexis Advance login credentials. Funding Sources for Grant Seekers While the NIH is the more obvious source for funding for FDA and public health-related projects, the University of Arizona provides access to a couple of subscription-related sources such as …
Teresa Miguel-Stearns Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(9 days ago) In 2018, the conference in Puerto Rico included law librarians from San Juan’s two law schools and Argentina. Miguel-Stearns’s long term goals are, among others, to create a network of law librarians throughout Latin America and increase the profile of law librarians and the profession of librarianship throughout the region.
Bankruptcy Law Advanced Research Guide Daniel F
(9 days ago) Bankruptcy law is regulated primarily by federal statute - the Bankruptcy Code - but also by state exemption law. In addition, while all bankruptcy courts are regulated by federal bankruptcy rules, each district has its own set of local rules to which attorneys and parties must adhere.
Francesco Fasano Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(3 days ago) 2021. J.D., Willamette University College of Law 2015, B.A., Anthropology, Stony Brook University Bio Francesco Fasano is a Fellow at the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library pursuing an M.A. in Library & Information Science. Francesco is a recent graduate of Willamette University College of Law.
Printing and Copying Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(7 days ago) There are two Scannx touch screen scanners in the Law Library. One is located on the main level of the Law Library opposite the WEPA print kiosk. The second scanner is in the lower level of the library (go left at the bottom of the stairs). There is no charge to use the scanners.
Foreign Law Legal Research & Resources Daniel F
(7 days ago) Mexican Law for the American Lawyer, Jorge A. Vargas – Law Reference KGF 327 .V37 2009; Civil Code of Argentina – Law KHA 404.31869 .A52 2014; Other relevant Cracchiolo Law Library research guides: Pathfinder to European Union Law:
Cynthia Condit Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(2 days ago) While earning her M.L.I.S., Cynthia was a Law Library Fellow at the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library. She obtained her J.D. from James E. Rogers College of Law and her B.A. in Communications from the University of Arizona. Publications. Cynthia Condit, Montana Legal Research CALI Lesson (April 2019).
Shaun Esposito Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(1 days ago) His work as a professional librarian started in 1991 at the University of Toledo's College of Law Library, where he was the Evening Public Services Librarian. From 1994 until November 1999, Mr. Esposito worked at the University of Kentucky's law library, where he was the Reference and Electronic Information Services Librarian.
Pathfinder to European Union Law Daniel F. Cracchiolo
(9 days ago) European Union Case Law—The above case law is for the European Court of Justice and Court of First Instance. Cases after June 1997 may be accessed either by: case number, date, name(s) of parties, fields, or words in text. Cases before June 1997 may be found either through case number or by case name by scrolling to the top of the case list
Shah Hussain Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(Just Now) Education. 2017, LL.B., IIUI, Pakistan 2018, LL.M., University of Georgia School of Law 2020, J.D., University of Arizona College of Law. Bio. Shah is a Library Fellow at the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library, pursuing a MLIS degree at the University of Arizona School of Information Science.
Rebecca Plevel Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(1 days ago) 1991, J.D., University of Arizona College of Law. 1986, BA, Liberal Arts (Communications, Sociology and Spanish), University of Arizona. Bio. Rebecca Plevel is a Fellow at the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library at the James E. Rogers College of Law pursuing a Master of Arts in Library and Information Science.
COVID-19 Updates Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(6 days ago) The Law Librarians and the Law Library Fellows are on hand daily to answer your questions, help you find what you need, and consult on research questions. Reference and research support is available Monday - Thursday, 10am - 8pm. Friday 10am - 3pm via email and video conference (by appointment).
Jaime Valenzuela Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library
(4 days ago) Jaime Valenzuela joined the Cracchiolo Law Library in February 2016. He holds a M.A. in Library and Information Science and a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona. In pursuing his graduate degree, Jaime held a graduate assistantship at the UA's Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research where he helped build a functioning library.
(4 days ago) The Law Library's Study Rooms, Tables, and Carrels can now be reserved in advance or at the moment of access by members of the College of Law community using our online reservation system. Reservations are not required to use any of the spaces or seats, but those with reservations will take priority over those without reservations.