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Archive for November 14th, 2011

Free CLE Lectures at Case: IP, Int’ Criminal, E-Health Records

At Case:

Nov. 15, Tuesday, 4:30- 5:30 p.m. – Intellectual Property as a Business Model

Nov. 21, 2011, Monday, 4:30 – 5:30 pm – Victims Before International Criminal Courts: A Challenge for International Justice

At the City Club (sponsored by Case):

Nov. 16, 2011, Wednesday, 8:30 am – 9:30 am – E-Health Hazards – Provider Liability and Electronic Records

Thanks to Richard Koloda.

Still Don’t Get It? Try a CALI Lesson!

If  certain concepts still confuse you, now might be a good time to try and figure it out before the real crunch time hits.  A good way to do so is to take an online interactive CALI Lesson.   If you have not registered for CALI yet, you will find the authorization code on this password protected page (use your C|M|LAW username and password to access).

Use the search box in the upper right of the list of CALI Lessons for concepts such as The Rule in Shelley’s Case, collateral estoppel or standing.  Browse by subject or browse by casebook to find the lesson you need.  You can even run a lesson on your smart phone or iPad.

Study aids can also help.  Look at our Study Aids guide, browse the shelves in Room A066 and/or ask a library staff member for help.

Northwest Government Information Network – How to use the newly revamped American Factfinder 2

From our Government Documents friends in the Great North West:

Northwest Government Information Network Handouts: Fall 2011, updated November 3, 2011. Fall 2011 featured Linda Clark, Seattle Regional Office, U.S. Census Bureau as our main speaker. She came to provide us with some training on how to use the newly revamped American Factfinder 2. Below are the handouts she used for her presentation.