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Documents from U.S. v. Libby

Two recommended sites, courtesy of Librarians’ Internet Index: 1. Documents from the trial of I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby. Defense and government exhibits provided by the Associated Press. 2. Documents from the DOJ in the Libby trial. Includes indictment, pre-trial and trial exhibits, and related material.

Rush-Catalog Requests Made Easy!

All material owned by the Law library with an Item Status “Ordered-Received” (material already purchase but not yet processed by the library’s catalogers) can now be requested directly through Hollis. The request feature is identical to the one used to recall material from another patron, or from the depository. See Below: Although the new feature currently applies only …

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Working on a paper? Need research help?

Reference librarians are available to meet with any HLS student working on a major paper. Send an {encode=”kstorin@law.harvard.edu” title=”email”} with your topic and general availability to Karen Storin Linitz, Head, Anglo American Reference Dept., and a reference librarian will contact you to set up a time to meet. Consultations usually are between 45 and 60 minutes long, and …

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