June Casey

Free Coffee Anyone?

Lately, free anything sounds appealing, but for HLS students, what could possibly be more enticing than free coffee, compliments of your local librarians. In exchange, all we ask for is feedback about the Law Library’s recent web site redesign. The Law Library’s Web Committee is eager to hear from HLS students about what you think works well with …

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Movie Tickets and Coffee?

In anticipation of a major revision to its web site, the Harvard Law School Library will be conducting a usability test of its current web site and seeks several HLS students, faculty, and faculty assistants to participate in this study. The usability test will include a short written survey as well as a number of practical tasks related …

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CIA Releases Two Historically Significant Document Collections

On June 26, 2007 the Central Intelligence Agency released two sets of previously classified historical documents. The first collection referred to as the “Family Jewels,” consists of nearly 700 pages of documents compiled in 1973 under Director of Central Intelligence James Schlesinger, who asked CIA employees to report activities they thought might be inconsistent with the Agency’s charter. …

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