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Archive for December, 2017


New Title 34 for US Code

The Office of the Law Revision Counsel has announced a new Title 34 to the U.S. Code: Crime Control and Law Enforcement. The previous Title 34 was repealed in 1956. The Office of the Law Revision Counsel of the United States House of Representatives prepares and publishes the United States Code, which is a consolidation and codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the United States.

According to the Office of Law Revision Counsel, “The reorganization did not include provisions that were better retained in their current locations in the Code as part of the coverage of the following subjects:

  • Homeland security (classified generally to Title 6, Domestic Security)
  • Immigration (classified generally to Title 8, Aliens and Nationality)
  • Substantive federal crimes and federal criminal procedure (classified generally to Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure)
  • Education (classified generally to Title 20, Education)
  • Control and enforcement with respect to controlled substances (classified generally to Title 21, Food and Drugs)
  • Control of international crime (classified generally to Title 22, Foreign Relations and Intercourse)
  • Crime control and law enforcement matters specific to Indians (classified generally to Title 25, Indians)
  • General organizational and administrative matters of the Department of Justice (classified generally to Title 28, Judiciary and Judicial Procedure)
  • Transportation security (classified generally to Title 49, Transportation)
  • National defense matters (classified to Title 50, War and National Defense)”

The reorganization was implemented in the online version of the U.S. Code on September 1, 2017, and will be in the printed version beginning with Supplement V of the 2012 Edition.

Get Law and CSU Related App Info Here

Everyone who has a smart phone uses some apps on it.  How about using apps for research?  For studying for law school exams and the bar?  How about apps for reference, or government websites?  Need some productivity help?  There are apps that can help.  This was the inspiration for our Mobile Apps research guide.

Don’t forget about our other great research guides.  We currently have 63 guides to assist in your research.

Corporate Law Research Guide

Our Corporate Law research guide is back and available for your research needs. This guide, along with several others, have now been re-published.

Along with primary and secondary sources of corporate law, this guide will provide you with information on forms, study aids, current awareness, and corporate governance.

Check out all of our research guides!

McGill Institute of Air and Space Law Pubs Now on HeinOnline

The McGill Institute of Air and Space Law Publications are now included in our HeinOnline subscription.

McGill University’s Institute of Air and Space Law  focuses on teaching and research in the dual disciplines of international air law and space law. The Centre for Research in Air and Space Law at McGill publishes literature in both disciplines including the Annals of Air and Space Law (founded in 1976), treatises, monographs, and occasional papers.

What’s included:

  • Complete coverage of Annals of Air and Space Law
  • Nearly 50 additional titles and 50,000 pages
  • Fully searchable, user-friendly interface
  • New print titles, now published by Hein, which will be added to the database two years after publication

Professor Sterio to Contribute Chapter on State Recognition to The Routledge Handbook on State Recognition

M_STERIO.jpgProfessor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio will contribute a chapter to The Routledge Handbook on State Recognition. Professor Sterio’s chapter will be entitled “Power Politics and State Recognition.”

The Handbook will be jointly edited by Dr Gëzim Visoka (Dublin City University), Professor John Doyle (Dublin City University) and Professor Edward Newman (University of Leeds). The Routledge Handbook of State Recognition will be the first of its kind, offering a comprehensive analysis of theoretical and comparative debates, as well as empirical aspects underpinning state recognition in international studies. The Routledge Handbook series is a highly successful existing series.