Monthly Archives: April 2009

Reserving Study Rooms During Exams

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Between Wednesday, April 22nd, and Thursday, May 14th, student groups of three or more may reserve study rooms in the Library for 2-hour time slots. Reservation request forms are available in the Student Information Center. Remember, eating and drinking (except bottled water and coffee in closed containers) in the study rooms is not permitted. Please… Continue reading

New Database of Transnational Commercial Law

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The Center for Transnational Law at Cologne University has just launched TransLex, an online research and codification platform for transnational commercial law. Access to the database is free. The website has four sections that are designed to assist students and scholars in their research in the area of international business law: (1) TransLex-Principles – a… Continue reading

Summer Library Jobs for Hastings Students

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The Hastings Law Library is looking to hire currently enrolled Hastings students as Library Assistants this summer. Work-Study is preferred, but not essential, and the pay rate is $11.19 per hour. Applications for all positions are available at the Circulation Desk. Circulation Department: The Circulation Department of the Law Library is accepting applications from second-… Continue reading

ProQuest Health and Medical Complete

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The Hastings Law Library has a new online subscription to ProQuest Health and Medical Complete. This resource “…provides coverage from leading health journals and essential titles in key medical specialties. It is designed to serve a wide range of people who need health information–from hospital administrators to medical professionals.” It is available on the pull… Continue reading

New Online Treaties Index!

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The Flare Index to Treaties hosted by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, contains details of over 1,500 of the most significant multilateral treaties concluded from 1856 to the present. It is searchable by keywords drawn from the official, popular and alternative titles which have been used for each treaty; additional keywords… Continue reading