If you have citation to a UN document that includes a symbol (some examples are: A/62/50 or ST/ADM/SER.B/517 or E/CN.4/2006/10/Add.2) go to UNBISnet, the United Nations Bibliographic Information System of the Dag Hammarskjöld Library, and search here. Many UN document symbols start with a letter (the first component of the symbol which reflects the parent… Continue reading
Above is the entryway to the new library. Above are the stairs from the 4th floor to the 5th floor.
To see what items you have checked out and when they’re due, which books you have on hold, and whether or not you owe any fines, click on View Your Record, a link at the bottom left of the Hastings Online Public Access Catalog homepage.
Bobby G. Frederick, Note. Tattoos and the First Amendment Art Should Be Protected as Art: the South Carolina Supreme Court Upholds the State’s Ban On Tattooing. (White v. South Carolina, 537 U.S. 825, 2002, No. 01-1859) 55 S.C. L. Rev. 231-251 (2003). Pager, Chet K.W., M.D. Blind Justice, Colored Truths and the Veil of Ignorance,… Continue reading
To see a list of recent cases organized by topic (including but not limited to: Antitrust, Bankruptcy, Commercial Law, Criminal Justice, Education, Environmental Law, Family Law, Health, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, Products Liability, Real Property or Tax), look in the Westlaw Directory under Legal Periodicals & Current Awareness | Westlaw Highlights & Bulletins |… Continue reading
Tired of reading textbooks and want to read something with implications for your future? There are two copies of Unbending Gender: why family and work conflict and what to do about it by Professor Joan Williams available at the Circulation Desk in the First Floor Library. They can be checked out for one week. This… Continue reading
As we begin preparations to move back into 200 McAllister, the library staff has begun reorganizing the collection. Students looking for items in the call number range KF1 – KF 3200 (approximately the position of Milgrim on Trade Secrets, should also browse along the west wall (the Hyde Street street). This is where the books… Continue reading
There will be a free public screening of a documentary movie addressing death penalty issues at the San Francisco Public Library (a block away from Hastings) on February 22nd at 6 pm. Join Professor Rory Little as he moderates a post-screening panel. Full info is here. If capital punishment is a topic of interest to… Continue reading
The Shepard’s® are now located in the front of the Circulation Desk. The Federal set is on the left side, and the California and the Pacific Reporter sets are on the right side next to the Witkin’s®. We have changed the location of other sets of books in preparation for the eventual move back to… Continue reading
Here is the list of Lexis classes and individual meeting times. The schedule changes each month so to find out about future sessions, contact Debbie at 415-595-5048.