Duquesne among "Best Value" Law Schools
Duquesne University School of Law is a Best Value law school, according to National Jurist magazine. Using data collected from the Law School Admissions Council's "Official Guide to ABA Approved Law Schools 2009", National Jurist indicates that Duquesne has low tuition, an outstanding academic program, a strong alumni base, and excellent job placement.
Event Reminder: Upcoming Wecht Institute Conference
THE CYRIL H. WECHT INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCE AND LAW
9th Annual Conference:
Evidence in the Information Age: A National Symposium on the Collection, Analysis and Legal Applications of Digital Evidence
October 23-24, 2009
Register via the event web site: www.duq.edu/digitalevidence
Event email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, contact Jessica Paschke: 412-396-1330
Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)
CALI offers Access to 600+ free CALI Lessons. Visit the following URL and use the below login information to access CALI both on and off-campus:
Logon to www.cali.org/register
Create a new username/password using the authorization code. You can obtain the authorization code by visiting the DCLI Service Center desk.
Get free access to 600+ CALI lessons in 32 legal subject areas!
Use relevant lessons during the semester or before finals to help reinforce what you learn in class.
Access restricted to Duquesne University students and faculty.
New Pennsylvania Treatises
The following new Pennsylvania collection materials are now available at DCLI/ACLL. Please visit the accompanying links for more information.
Speakman, Michael Steven and Joseph E. Vogrin, III. Pennsylvania Driving Under the Influence: Law and Practice (Bisel 2009). KFP297.8 .V6 1998 2009.
Legal News Links
Latest Legal Links
LLRX.com is a free legal web journal designed to offer legal professionals the most current information regarding online legal research. The following "LLRX Court Rules, Forms and Dockets" resource is a particular highlight of this web site.
The user will find "links to over 1,400 sources for state and federal court rules, forms and dockets." The site provides three main options for finding information. First, there is a keyword search engine that allows the user to try combinations of words "including court names, states, type of material, etc." The second option is a browse feature facilitating simultaneous browsing of up to three fields. Finally, the user may browse from a list categorized by court type, type of resource, jurisdiction, and states.