News and information useful to Cleveland-Marshall College of Law students, faculty and staff.

Archive for July, 2018


Parking Pass Reminders

Just a reminder that if you use an annual parking pass, the passes are good through July 31. Starting August 1 you will need to display the 2018-2019 annual parking tag. For more information about CSU parking, visit Parking Services.

Westlaw Changes Coming

Westlaw will be changing its platform beginning January 2019. Westlaw Edge (YouTube video introducing the product) will contain the same information as before with some added bells and whistles. The layout will look slightly different, but everything is still there (plus more!). You will notice improvements in Westlaw’s AI technology and a new keycite symbol, “overruling risk” (when a point of law in a case has been implicitly undermined based on its reliance on an overruled or otherwise invalid prior decision), among other features. Our Westlaw rep Sam Berbano will have a training session this fall for faculty and staff.

5 Final Tips for the Bar Exam

The C|M|Law Library wishes all of our students the best of luck on next week’s Ohio Bar Exam.

We will still be here for your legal research needs as you begin your career.

Here are 5 tips for the last few days:

  1. Get some exerciseit is a good break and may help you fall asleep quicker
  2. Watch a movie as a breakmake it something lighthearted
  3. Review what you knowdon’t try to learn a whole new subject the last few days
  4. Have a nice conversation with someone you knowprobably want someone who won’t talk about the exam
  5. Get everything you need for the exam together now so you aren’t doing it at the last minute

Breathe… you can do it!

Good luck!

Professor Mead Publishes Article on Yale Journal on Regulation’s Notice and Comment Blog

J_MEAD.jpgProfessor Joseph Mead published a piece discussing potential SCOTUS nominee Joan Larsen’s views on separation of powers and administrative law at the Yale Journal on Regulation’s Notice & Comment blog. The citation is Joseph Mead, Judge Joan Larsen on Separation of Powers and Administrative Law, 36 Yale J. on Reg.: Notice & Comment (2018), and the article is available below:

New Signs Highlight Reference Resources

 

New signs are up in the Reference Area to highlight a few of the most frequently used print resources and to help patrons find good places to start researching. Each sign features a few tips on the content of the resource and an image that users can scan with their smartphones, linking to a short video with additional information about the resource.