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1L Guide on Civil Procedure
by Reference Department - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
This guide is designed to assist first year law students by suggesting additional materials that they may find useful as they prepare for class.
1L Guide on Criminal Law
by Reference Department - Last Updated Aug 9, 2013
This is an introductory guide for 1Ls enrolled in Criminal Law during the 2013-14 academic year.
1L Guide on Property
by Reference Department - Last Updated Jan 15, 2014
This guide is for One Ls enrolled in 2013-2014 Property Law classes
1L Guide on Torts
by Reference Department - Last Updated Aug 2, 2013
An introductory guide on tort law for first-year law students.
Animal Law
by Prano Amjadi - Last Updated Apr 1, 2014
This research guide is designed for students doing work in subject areas related to animal law. This subject includes topics such as animal cruelty, animal testing, and regulation of agricultural animals.
Art Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 27, 2014
This research guide is comprised of monographs, journal articles, databases, and other online resources relevant to art law. Included in this area of law is art theft and fraud, valuation, artistic property rights, and museum policy.
Bioethics Legal Research
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 25, 2014
This guide covers on bioethics including abortion and reproductive freedom, birth control, surrogacy, palliative care, euthanasia, in-vitro-fertilization, and intersexuality/transgenderism.
Capital Punishment Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 27, 2014
This guide is designed for students doing research on the death penalty. It includes historical materials, social science resources, and moral/ethical philosophy.
Corporate Transactions
by David Holt, Ellen Platt - Last Updated Sep 4, 2013
This research guide is designed for students taking courses in business organizations or corporate transactions.
Crowdfunding and Accredited Investors
by David Holt - Last Updated Jul 13, 2011
This research guide contains materials on crowdfunding and the SEC's rules on accredited investors.
Decision Making and Professional Judgment
by Prano Amjadi, David Holt - Last Updated Dec 16, 2011
This guide contains materials on decision making and judgment among legal professionals.
Determining curtilage of home
by David Holt - Last Updated Dec 16, 2011
This guide is designed for students doing research on the curtilage concept in regards to search and seizure.
Environmental Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 28, 2014
This guide is designed for students doing research in issues related to environmental law. This topics include state and federal environmental statutes and regulations, state and federal agencies, and other issues related to environmental justice.
Federal Tax Research
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Jan 27, 2014
This guide is intended for students doing research on federal taxation.
Gender and the Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
This guide contains materials dealing with sex and gender discrimination, sex stereotyping, and state/federal laws pertaining to gender or sex.
Housing Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
This guide covers housing law including housing discrimination, low-income housing, urban development, and state property law.
Immigration Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 27, 2014
This guide covers immigration law including topics on asylum seeking, migration, immigrant labor law, and current developments in immigration law enforcement.
Introduction to legislative histories
by David Holt - Last Updated Dec 5, 2013
This guide focuses on legislative history research.
LAW 204: Legal Aspects of War
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Feb 26, 2014
Humanitarian law sources and guides
LAW 274: Family Wealth Management
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Feb 18, 2014
This guide contains information about estate planning and the tax ramifications of family wealth.
LAW 438 - Comparative Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 27, 2014
This guide is written for Professor Toman's class on comparative law. It includes materials on comparative law, sociology of law, philosophy of law, and general materials on major legal systems.
Medical Marijuana
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
This guide is written for students doing research on medical marijuana laws. It includes federal and state materials with a special emphasis on California state law.
Mental Illness and the Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 27, 2014
This guide includes materials which deal with mental ilness and public policy, psychiatry and the law, and the treatment of institutionalized persons.
Neuroscience and the Adolescent Brain
by David Holt - Last Updated Aug 28, 2013
Non-Profit Organizations
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
This research guide is designed for students doing research on the law of non-profit organizations.
Peremptory Juror Challenges and Jury Selection
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 26, 2014
This guide covers case research, secondary sources and citators with a particular focus on jury selection.
Race and the Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
This guide is designed for students doing research in topics such as racial profiling, affirmative action, slavery, white privilege, and other issues related to ethnicity.
SEC Disclosure Rules and Board Diversity
by David Holt - Last Updated Dec 16, 2011
This guide is written for Nikki Pope.
Securities Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
This guide is designed for students and faculty doing research on securities law.
Sexual Orientation and the Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
This guide covers issues including marriage equality, employment and housing discrimination, child custody issues, and military policy.
Student Speech and the First Amendment
by David Holt - Last Updated Jun 14, 2011
This is a guide students doing research on student speech, campus speech codes, and the regulation of the clothes or personal appearance of pupils.
Virtual Law
by Prano Amjadi - Last Updated Dec 15, 2010
This guide is designed for students doing research in areas related to Internet or virtual law. Topics related to this subject include virtual property, sexual harassment and child pornography in virtual environments, and other emerging issues.
Women in Iran
by Mary Sexton - Last Updated Aug 8, 2013
Some print and online research sources on the status of women in Iran.
 

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