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A. Benjamin Spencer, Plausibility Pleading, 49 B.C. L. Rev. 431 (2008).
Thomson West’s Law Librarians in the New Millennium is now being offered as an electronic newsletter. It will be no longer be published in print. To subscribe to the e-newsletter go here
Hazel Lord’s (Senior Law Librarian, USC) bibliography of published sources of English medieval legal documents (covering the years 600-1535) has been converted into the English Medieval Legal Documents Wiki!
The goal of this project is to create a collaborative database on the published sources of English medieval legal documents, and to provide links to the growing number of online sources currently being developed for the use of scholars and students of English medieval law. Emphasis in this wiki has been placed on sources published since 1950. Access at ELMD.
PLoL (Public Library of Law) is one the largest free law libraries in the world. It has pulled together materials from across the web and makes them available in one easy location. Learn more at PLoL
Eighteen law professors have made their recorded classes from this term available online. Go to the Lawmedia website for information and instructions.
The New York Law Journal is now available online through a link in Annie
The C-SPAN Congressional Chronicle is an index to the C-SPAN video recordings of the House and Senate floor proceedings. The video recordings are matched with the text of the Congressional Record as soon as the Record is available. It only includes members who appeared on the floor to deliver or insert their remarks. The text included here is what the member submitted. Each appearance has a video link where users can watch and listen to the actual remarks. Access at C-SPAN