DCLI List of Pennsylvania Legal Abbreviations
The DCLI list of Pennsylvania legal abbreviations is intended to serve as a quick reference guide to unlock the precise meaning of abbreviations and acronyms used in various Pennsylvania publications such as Purdon's Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, The Pennsylvania Digests, Shepard's Pennsylvania Citators and various reference books. While the list serves as a convenient reference tool, it should not to be used for formal citation purposes.
To view the list, please visit the following link: Pennsylvania Legal Abbreviations
Duquesne School of Law, Fall 2008 Booklist
The fall 2008 booklist is now available. Please visit the Registrar's announcements page for more information.
DCLI Course Reserve Materials
The Center keeps a copy of most textbooks and other materials used during the current semester at the Circulation Desk. Select past exams may also be available.
- Materials may be used in the library for 2 hours.
- Valid DU ID required.
- Find reserves on SOLCAT .
Don't forget that some professors use eReserves.
Legal News Links
Latest Legal Links
Groklaw is a free, comprehensive legal web site, providing a multitude of useful online legal resources. The site's "legal research" link is particularly useful for law students and legal professionals. Groklaw describes their legal research feature:
This page is designed to help you find information on various topics for yourself, things like courts, cases, statutes, legal articles, and law libraries.
There is also a separate page of Patent Links, one for all the Contracts, another listing the Courts relevant to cases we cover in depth, like the SCO litigation, a page on DRM, and one for the GPL. We also have a page on the Comes v. Microsoft case, as well as one on Microsoft litigation generally. If you are looking for lawyers in the SCO litigation, you'll find them here. Sometimes the easiest way to find something is to look through the daily Archives by keyword, if you are looking for something Groklaw has covered, or using our Search application.