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Another Reason I Teach Legal Research

A while ago, I wrote here about why I teach legal research and citation. My reasons for teaching research were: 1) legal research is the foundation of legal practice; 2) legal resources are unique; 3) being able to find the … Continue reading

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Montana’s Haunted Legal Places

The logic of the law doesn’t make it immune to strange goings on and perhaps even hauntings. The stories of Montana’s reportedly haunted places are interesting. Here are a few with legal ties. The Meade Hotel in Bannack was built … Continue reading

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October 1

As of October 1, “[t]he soil series known as Scobey, of the taxonomic class fine, smectitic, frigid Aridic Argiustolls, is the official Montana state soil.” Also as of yesterday, Montana’s new hard-won bullying statute finally took effect. However, if you … Continue reading

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The Law Library and Beyond

The Jameson Law Library contains shelves and shelves of great books; some will help with your research, some will further your knowledge, some are just interesting reads. You will find a few of our new acquisitions on our New Books … Continue reading

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Is the Book for This Course on Reserve?

As classes begin, we are reposting this reminder from last year about what we have on course reserves in the library and how you can determine whether the book you need is available. What is on reserve? Currently there are … Continue reading

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Welcome Back, Welcome Back, Welcome Back

The Jameson Law Library staff is happy to welcome new law students and welcome back all our returning students. As you are settling into (or back into) law school, here are a few things about the library we hope you … Continue reading

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Great Summer Reads 2015

“No more pencils, no more books…” No wait, not “no more books!” Summer is a wonderful time for books. Lazy days at the lake, long evenings when it’s light until 10:00pm, road trips and plane trips. Paperbacks, e-books, audio editions … Continue reading

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