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Join Us for Lunch with Prof. Brody on March 31

A Lesson from a Law Professor About Twilight: Vigilance, Victims, and Violence On Tuesday,  March 31, join Prof. Susan Brody and the Louis L. Biro Law Library for lunch and a discussion on the intersection of law and popular culture. This discussion will be part of our Scholars & Students series. This series provides opportunities for you to…
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Join Us for Lunch with Prof. Nagel on March 24

Untangling Illinois Civil Procedure On Tuesday,  March 24, join Prof. Mary Nagel and the Louis L. Biro Law Library for lunch and a discussion on what you need to know about Illinois civil procedure. This discussion will be part of our Scholars & Students series. This series provides opportunities for you to get to know your professors…
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Join Us for Lunch with Prof. S. Ford this Wednesday

Are International Criminal Courts Worth the Cost? On Wednesday, March 4, join Prof. Stuart Ford and the Louis L. Biro Law Library for lunch and a discussion on empirically determining the effectiveness of international criminal tribunals. This discussion will be part of our Scholars & Students series. This series provides opportunities for you to get to know…
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Join Us for Lunch with Prof. Ginsberg on February 24

Putting the Arbitration Agreement Before the Treatment On Tuesday, February 24, join Prof. Marc Ginsberg and the Louis L. Biro Law Library for lunch and a discussion on the use of compulsory arbitration agreements in medical offices and the impact of that practice on informed consent. This discussion will be part of our Scholars & Students series. This…
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Coffee & Snacks During Finals!

Swing by the 6th floor of the library to refuel with coffee and snacks on the following dates: Monday, December 1 at 8:00 am Tuesday, December 2 at 3:30 pm Wednesday, December 3 at 8:00 am Wednesday, December 10 at 12:00 pm Thursday, December 11 at 12:00 pm Good luck on finals!

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Coffee & Snacks During Finals!

Join us for some brain fuel on the 6th floor of the library until it’s gone: Monday May 12,  3:30 pm        Tuesday May 13, 8 am       Wednesday May 14, 3:30 pm Monday May 19, 8 am Thursday May 22, 8 am

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Prepare to Practice: Legal Research Workshop (Wednesday, April 30)

Are you graduating this semester? Will you be doing legal research at your job this summer? Maybe you’re a recent alum who wants a chance to brush up on the alternatives to Lexis and Westlaw. If so, don’t end up doing research like Judge Weatherly up there. Instead, join us on Wednesday, April 30 for…
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Prepare to Practice: Legal Research Workshop this Friday, April 18

Are you graduating this semester? Will you be doing legal research at your job this summer? Maybe you’re a recent alum who wants a chance to brush up on the alternatives to Lexis and Westlaw. If so, don’t end up doing research like Judge Weatherly up there. Instead, join us on Friday, April 18 for…
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Scholars and Students with Prof. Wojcik, March 31

Libel Tourism: Where in the World Can You Get Sued for Defamation on the Internet? Monday, March 31 at 12:15 pm in room 1103 The development of global electronic communication has made it possible for instantaneous and universal publication of defamatory remarks, meaning that plaintiffs can sue anywhere in the world for libel. Are some jurisdictions…
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JMLS Tech Month Is Here!

John Marshall Law School Library and Technology Services is celebrating its first Tech Month from February 10 to March 6. Tech Month is meant to provide informal educational opportunities to the JMLS community on topics including Google services beyond Gmail, maximizing your iPad experience, videoconferencing, secrets of Moodle, and more. Attend enough sessions and you’ll…
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