Monthly Archives: October 2009

Congressional Research Service Reports Now Available on WikiLeaks

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According to a recent article published in Internet Law Researcher, WikiLeaks has now made available all of the Congressional Research Service reports published prior to February 2009 – over 6700 in total. The Congressional Research Service is Congress’ analytical agency and is renowned for its non-partisanship and its in-depth analysis of issues. CRS reports cover… Continue reading

New Guide to Legal Web Sites

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A new guide by legal researchers at the University of Richmond provides a succinct list of legal, factual, and other internet sites for legal professionals. FindLaw, Justia, and Hieros Gamos are just a few of the websites mentioned. This is an excellent resource for finding free legal information online.

Library Launches Hastings Faculty Publications Database

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The Hastings Law Library is pleased to announce the launch of the Hastings Faculty Publications Database. The Library has created a comprehensive repository of Bluebook citations and links (when available) to the scholarship of the current Hastings College of the Law faculty. Now you can search Hastings faculty publications by Name, Subject, Publication Type, Journal,… Continue reading