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New Books Received in April 2013

Posted on May 01, 2013
The Law Library's Selected New Books for April 2013 includes books about capital punishment, human rights, intellectual property, international law, and several other topics. Also posted is a list of Selected Acquisitions in the Gottfredson Library of Criminal Justice which includes books about contemporary slavery and human trafficking...


New Books received in March 2013

Posted on March 29, 2013
The Law Library's Selected New Books list for March 2013 includes several works on constitutional law, corporate governance, gender and law, human rights, international law, Islamic law, legal education, legislation, and philosophy of law, and books on numerous other topics...


New Books Received in February 2013

Posted on March 01, 2013
The Law Library's Selected New Books list for last month includes Justice Sotomayor's autobiography, works on affirmative action, appellate courts, election law, donor-conceived families, intellectual property, cybersecurity, employee representation in enterprises, government use of lethal force, photography and law, slavery, war, and several works in each of the fields constitutional...


LIBRARY CLOSED FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND SATURDAY

Posted on February 08, 2013
Due to anticipated weather conditions, the Rutgers-Newark campus, including the Law Library, will be closed from 1 p.m. forward on Friday February 8th and all day Saturday February 9th....


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New Books Received in January 2013

Posted on February 01, 2013
The Law Library's Selected New Books list for January 2013 includes works on antitrust, Chinese law, climate change, constitutional law, contracts, criminal law, gun control, federal judges, health and race, human rights, immigrants' rights, intellectual property, international law, the legal profession, Native Americans, and philosophy of law...


New Books Received in December 2012

Posted on January 02, 2013
The Law Library's Selected New Books list for December 2012 contains 56 titles, listed under 34 topical headings, including affirmative action, bankruptcy, constitutional law, contracts, criminal law and procedure, dignity rights, environmental law, family law, foreign investment, genocide, humanities and law, intellectual property, international law, legal history, philosophy of law,...


Library Receives Brody Opinions

Posted on December 19, 2012
A bound set of all the opinions authored by the Hon. Warren Brody during his service on the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court, from the 1982-83 term through the 1994-95 term, has been donated to the Law Library by the Brody family. Of the 1,663 opinions in...


New Books Received in November

Posted on December 03, 2012
The Law Library's Selected New Books list for November 2012 includes works on the Chinese constitution, civil rights leaders, climate change, consumer contracts, intellectual property, elected judges, jury decision making, philosophy of law, an historic sex discrimination case, the Supreme Court's McCarthy era decisions, progressive taxation, regulatory breakdown, the Voting...


We are open

Posted on November 03, 2012
The library has resumed its regular hours....


New Books received in October 2012

Posted on November 03, 2012
The Law Library's Selected New Books list for October 2012 includes works on affirmative action, baseball, church and state, environmental law, the bailout of Wall Street, incitement to genocide, privacy, public health, same-sex marriage, war, women judges, criminal law, environmental law, legal history, property, and taxation...


The library is closed Monday and Tuesday

Posted on October 28, 2012
Due to the expected arrival of Hurricane Sandy in our area, the Law Library will be closed on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012; and will be closed on Tuesday, Oct. 30th. We apologize for the inconvenience, and hope that those who might have been planning to come to the Library this...


New Books Received in September

Posted on October 01, 2012
The Law Library's list of Selected New Books received in September 2012 includes works on the filibuster, constitutional law and history, Danish law, equity, memory and law, executive power, gay rights, Internet net, interracial marriage, legal history, paternity, public interest law, sovereign debt, and tax cheating...


New Books Received in August

Posted on September 05, 2012
The Law Library's list of Selected New Books for August 2012 includes works on assisted suicide, the Citadel sex discrimination case, the philosophy of contracts, copyright in music, the regulation of dance halls, whether the acquitted are innocent, human rights and labor solidarity, the tobacco industry, unborn children, Israel and...


New Books in Law & Criminal Justice

Posted on August 06, 2012
The list of Selected New Books received in the Law Library during July 2012 includes our own faculty member Stuart Green's new book on theft law. Also listed are several other books on criminal law and several on legal history, as well as works on competition law, child custody evaluations,...


New Books received in June

Posted on July 11, 2012
Our June 2012 list of Selected New Books includes our own Prof. Howard Latin's book on climate change policy, as well as works on administrative law, aesthetics and law, religious freedom, feminist constitutionalism, felony murder, prosecutorial misconduct, extraordinary rendition, human rights, deportation, labor organizing, legal education, legal history, legislation, Thurgood...


New Books received in May

Posted on June 01, 2012
Our May list of Selected New Books includes more than fifty titles, listed under about two dozen topical headings. Out-of-the-ordinary topics include foreign law in U.S. courts and legal aspects of neuroscience. A notable entry under family law is The Right to Be Parents: LGBT Families and the Transformation of...


New Books received in April

Posted on May 01, 2012
Our April list of Selected New Books includes a novel about the Supreme Court, and works on antitrust, care-giving and labor law, constitutional law, corporate governance, criminal procedure in Germany, food law, immigration, international law, intellectual property, marital agreements, military courts, privacy, social media, sports law, taxation, torture, unbundling legal...


Library Welcomes New Director

Posted on April 19, 2012
On April 19th the library staff, together with representatives from the Law School faculty and administration and Dana Library, gave a ceremonial welcome to John Joergensen, presently of the Rutgers-Camden Law Library, who will join us as our Director this July...


New Books received in March

Posted on April 03, 2012
Our March list of selected new books in the Law Library includes works on global finance systems, constitutional law, the death penalty, diminished responsibility, genocide, mediation, education law, inheritance, intellectual property, Internet law, intersexuality, labor law, legal education, legal history, the legal profession, obscenity, philosophy of law, sustainable development, taxation,...


Bridge the Gap 2012

Posted on March 21, 2012
The New Jersey Law Librarians Association Presents: Bridge the Gap 2012 Program Content ■Legal Research Skills & Basic Sources ■Checklists ■Administrative Materials ■Survival Tips (Client Expectations, Assignment Clarification, Workload Management) When: Saturday, March 24, 2012 Time: 8:30 a...


New Books in Law & Criminal Justice

Posted on March 02, 2012
Our list of Selected New Books received in February includes works on shareholder democracy, criminal law theory, online dispute resolution, domestic violence, home ownership, land use rules in cities, the Haymarket trial, negotiable instruments, wearing of religious symbols, and the civilian/combatant distinction...


New Books in Law & Criminal Justice

Posted on February 06, 2012
Our list of Selected New Books for January 2012 includes works on Conrad Black, Aaron Burr, Frank Hague, the Civil War, the Dodd-Frank act, the legal history of Texas, legalizing prostitution, constitutional law, judicial independence, public interest law, transgender people, corporate taxation, and welfare fraud...


New Online Resources

Posted on January 27, 2012
The Law Library has recently subscribed to several new online resources: LegiStorm Pro provides biographical and financial information about members and staff of the U.S. Congress, as well as full-text of reports from the Congressional Research Service and General Accounting Office...


New Books in December

Posted on December 23, 2011
Our Selected New Books list for December 2011 includes works on asbestos bankruptcy trusts, animal rights, constitutional law, the theory of contract law, criminal justice, "comprehensive law practice," drug addiction, drunk driving, voting rights enforcement, climate policy, criminal evidence, health rights litigation, human rights, law in literature, imprisonment, copyright and...


New Books in November 2011

Posted on December 01, 2011
The editor's choice of this month's most intriguing book title is: Visualizing Law in the Age of the Digital Baroque : Arabesques and Entanglements, which you will find listed under Philosophy of Law in the library's Selected New Books list for November...


New Books in October 2011

Posted on November 02, 2011
The Law Library's Selected New Books list for October includes works on class discrimination, customary justice, constitutional history, inquisitorial prosecution, extraterritorial punishment, human rights, international law, judicial process, taxation, land use and housing, piracy, women's rights, the Socratic method, evidence of witchcraft, and the perversity of law...


Library Closing Early Saturday Oct 29th

Posted on October 29, 2011
The Law & Justice Library will close at 5:00 p.m. today, Saturday, October 29th, on account of severe weather conditions....


New Books - Can Bots be Legal Persons?

Posted on October 04, 2011
The editor's choice for the most interesting book received in September is A Legal Theory for Autonomous Artificial Agents by Samir Chopra and Laurence F. White (call number K917 .C475 2011). The Selected New Books list for September also includes titles on: ownership, property and sustainability; the Israeli Supreme Court...


Criminal Law & Criminal Justice Book Reviews Site Inaugurated

Posted on September 22, 2011
Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books, launched on September 22, 2011, is a joint project of Rutgers School of Law–Newark and Rutgers School of Criminal Justice. It features expert and concise reviews of significant books in criminal law, criminal procedure, and criminal justice, written by top scholars in the field...


New Books in August 2011

Posted on September 01, 2011
A couple of intriguing titles in the Law Library's selected new books list for August are Rantings of a Partner and Pushback from the Associate and Lawyers, Swamps, and Money. The list includes several works on comparative and international law and a few on criminal law, environmental law, and intellectual...


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