Monthly Archives: January 2009

New Subprime Treatise

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Want to refresh your understanding of collateralized debt obligations? Check out the library’s new treatise on the subprime meltdown – Credit Market and Subprime Distress: Responding to Legal Issues. Published by the Practising Law Institute, it offers an in-depth exploration of today’s credit crisis. For a less technical explanation of what went wrong, download or… Continue reading

Constitutional Design

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The website constitutionmaking.org boasts a wealth of data on the characteristics of constitutions worldwide. The site includes a repository of constitutional texts, both historical and contemporary, reports that analyze trends in constitutional design, organized by topic, and a forum with commentary from scholars and drafters.

Our greatly expanded BNA subscriptions

Published on: Author: Teresa L

BNA is the largest independent publisher of information and analysis products for professionals in business and government and the Hastings Law Library is pleased to announce that we now subscribe to these BNA online publications: Accounting Policy & Practice Report Accounting Policy & Practice Series Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report Bankruptcy Law Reporter Criminal Law… Continue reading

Welcome to UC Hastings Law Library News

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Hello and welcome to the UC Hastings Law Library News. Hastings Law Librarians will regularly post library and research news here for the UC Hastings community. Our contributors are – Chuck Marcus – Head Reference Librarian Hilary Hardcastle – Reference Librarian Susan Nevelow Mart – Faculty Services Librarian Vince Moyer – Foreign, Comparative, and International… Continue reading