Robert T. Danforth & Mark Archer, Federal Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates, 3rd Ed., (Carolina Academic Press 2008).
The library’s new ‘Escape Hatch’ collection will help relieve the stress of law school. Books and videos in the escape hatch have a legal theme, an attorney as a character or an attorney as an author and are meant to be fun. The escape hatch collection is located adjacent to the open reserve collection.
The Mississippi Supreme Court ordered one of its sitting justices not to publish his dissent with the Court’s majority decision. Apparently the Court stopped its court clerk from filing Justice Oliver Diaz’s opinion into the record. Here’s a copy. In the opinion, Justice Diaz writes “A majority vote to censor a justice of the court and prohibit the issuance of a dissenting opinion may be unprecedented in the history of American jurisprudence.”By not being part of the record, Justice Diaz’s opinion has no legal status.
It was published by Folo, a blog.
Timothy S. Jost, et al., Liability and Quality Issues in Health Care, 6th Ed. (2008 Thomson West).
Timothy S. Jost, e al., Bioethics: Health Care Law and Ethics, 6th Ed. (2008 Thomson West).
Timothy S. Jost, et al., The Law of Health Care Organization and Finance, 6th Ed. (2008 Thomson West).
A. Benjamin Spencer, Acing Civil Procedure, 2d Ed. (Thomson West 2008).
A. Benjamin Spencer, Civil Procedure: A Contemporary Approach, 2d Ed. (Thomson West 2008).
Robin Wilson,“Unauthorized Practice”: Regulating the Use of Anesthetized, Recently Deceased, and Conscious Patients in Medical Teaching, 44 Idaho L.Rev. 423 (2008)
Scott Sundby and Maria Angeles Perez Cebadera, Caminando Sobre La Cuerda Floja Constitutcional: La USA Patriot Act Y La “Guerra Contra el Terror”, Revista General de Derecho Procesal 15 (2008).
Oyendo Al Jurado A Traves De La Puerta: Una Perspectiva De La Aplicacion De La Pena De Muerta En America, Revista General de Derecho Procesal 15 (2008).
All returning law students, 1 L’s, transfers, exchange students and L.L.M. students please spend some time on our newly redesigned web page. We think you will find it both user friendly and helpful as a point of entry for your research.
In Jacobsen v. Katzer (No. 2008-1001, Aug 13, 2008), the U.S. Court of Appeal for the Federal Circuit reversed a lower court’s ruling that copyright protection is not available for software distributed free-of-charge under an open source license. Read the opinion
Sarah K. Wiant, Developments in Copyright Law: The Search for Balance Goes On, in The Bowker Annual of Library and Book Trade Information 46 (53d ed. 2008)