Category Archives: Library

Environment & Energy Publishing

The law library would like to announce the addition of a new electronic resource- Environment & Energy Publishing Online. Environment & Energy Publishing (E&E) is the leading source for comprehensive, daily coverage of environmental and energy policy and markets.  E&E’s five daily online publications include EnergyWire, ClimateWire, E&E Daily, Greenwire, and E&E News PM.  Access […]

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Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Digital Library

The law library is pleased to announce a new addition to our database collection: The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Digital Library This database includes articles, books and manuals written by experts for the Foundation. Articles dealing with all aspects of natural resources law from the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation’s Annual Institutes (since 1955), […]

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OneSearch

The law library is pleased to announce the addition of OneSearch. OneSearch is LSU Law Library’s implementation of the EBSCO Discovery Service, which allows users to search a significant portion of the Library’s resources from a single search box. OneSearch searches across the LSU Law Library and Middleton Library catalogs and many of our databases and online […]

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CALI’s eLandgell Bookstore

CALI’s newly refreshed eLangdell bookstore is a great place for students and faculty to find free course resources. It now boasts 24 free Creative Commons licensed works with more in the pipeline. Titles include complete casebooks, chapters, Federal rules, and statutory and regulatory supplements on topics including contracts, property, evidence, civil procedure, bankruptcy, intellectual property […]

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Library Orientation Audio Tour

1Ls: We have created an audio tour of the law library to introduce you to many of the resources and services available.  To access the tour, download the audio files for the first, second, and third floors of the library – feel free to download these files before the IT & Library Orientation session on […]

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1L Technology Survey

1Ls: Please take a moment during the IT orientation session on Friday morning to take our technology survey for first-year law students. This survey will help us learn more about your technology ownership, usage, and preferences in order to improve our student support services. The survey password will be provided to you on Friday morning. […]

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Library Hours Week of August 12th-16th

Hours for Trial Advocacy and Orientation Week:  August 12-16 The library will open at 7am and close at 8pm on during the week of Trial Ad and Orientation.  For more details on the library’s operating hours click here.

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New Databases Acquired

The Law Library is pleased to announced the addition of two new databases: ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The New York Times & Index This historical newspaper provides genealogists, researchers and scholars with online, easily-searchable first-hand accounts and coverage of the politics, society and events of the time. The Historical New York Times with Index (1851-1993) provides […]

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Library’s New Metadata Librarian and Archivist

The Law Library is proud to announce the hiring of Travis H. Williams  as the new Metadata Librarian and Archivist.  Travis graduated with honors from LSU with a bachelor’s degree in General Studies and a master’s degree in Library and Information Science. He has worked as a graduate assistant in Hill Memorial Library, as an […]

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New Library Scanner

New Library Scanner The Law Library is pleased to announce the installation of a new Bookeye overhead scanner in the Reserve room.  As an alternative to photocopying, the Bookeye scanner allows patrons to create image files of library materials and save them to a flash drive or send them via email.  For instructions on using […]

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