| Law Faculty Newsletter (Spring 2006)
Are you in the midst of writing a law review article or book chapter? Whether you need help tracking down an obscure resource or assistance in crafting a complex electronic preemption search, we want you to know that we are here to help. Call your Law Library Liaison to learn more.
Featured Service--Graduate Assistant Training Program
Did you know that the Law Library has developed an orientation and training program for Law Faculty Graduate Assistants? At your request, a Research Services Librarian will teach your G.A. how to research efficiently in your area(s) of expertise and research interest. The training covers a wide range of resources and includes both print and electronic materials. We can also assist your G.A. with preemption checking, legislative history research, and current awareness searches.
To learn more, or to schedule a training session for your Graduate Assistant, contact your Law Library Liaison.
Featured Resource--The Making of Modern Law
The Law Library is pleased to announce the availability of a new electronic resource: The Making of Modern Law (MOML). Offering more than 10 million pages from over 22,000 works from 1800-1926, this resource has been lauded as the world's most comprehensive full-text database of early British and American legal treatises. State-of-the-art search and navigation tools enable researchers to quickly locate relavent material.
For a complete list of titles available via MOML, click here.
On-campus users can access MOML via the Law Library's Database & Electronic Resources page. Select "M" from the alphabetical list. Select Making of Modern Law. Click the gold-lettered Making of Modern Law link at the top of the MOML description page to be connected to the database.
Off-campus Regent users can connect to MOML through the proxy-server.
For more information about The Making of Modern Law or to arrange an individual training session for yourself or your Graduate Assistant, contact your Law Library Liaison.