DCLI Law Career Services

Looking for a legal job? DCLI added the below list of major web resources for law jobs to its web site. Feel free to visit the following law career services links:

DCLI Location Guides

The main treatise collection is located on the ground floor of the Center. Pennsylvania materials are located on the second floor (entrance level) of the Center. A more detailed location guide is available. To locate a specific title, search SOLCAT or ask for assistance.

2nd Floor

Circulation Desk
Reserve Room
Reference Collection
Pennsylvania Collection, Statutes, Regulations, Digests, Reports, and Classified Materials (KFP)

1st Floor

Federal Statutes, Regulations, Digests and Reports
Regional Reporters
Special Reporters
American Digests
Current magazines and newspapers

Ground Floor

Classified Collection, A-Z (Except KFP)
Periodical Collection
U.S. Government Documents Collection (shelved with Classified Collection)

Legal News Links

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Latest Legal Links

truTV Crime Library


Coverage of the famous, historical cases can be found on truTV's Crime Library. The site explains:

The Crime Library is a collection of more than 1000 nonfiction feature stories and photo galleries relating to crimes, criminals, trials, forensics and criminal profiling by prominent writers. The stories focus mostly on recent crimes, but also includes historically notorious characters dating back to the 1400s and spanning the globe.

The Crime Library is a source of entertainment and education for millions of readers throughout the world and serves as an important resource for students researching current and historical subjects and for producers of television documentaries and book authors.

The site was founded by Marilyn J. Bardsley in January 1998. Court TV, now called truTV, purchased the Crime Library in September 2000. In May 2008, The Crime Library moved to truTV.com, where it remains as the Crime Library. TruTV.com is part of Turner Entertainment Networks and owned by Time Warner, Inc.