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Social Bookmarking with CiteULike

CiteULike is a social bookmarking citation service geared towards academics that allows you to easily share, store and organize references to books, academic papers and other resources right from within your browser. CiteULike allows you to add references as you are viewing them. When you add a reference from a supported database, CiteULike automatically extracts its citation information. …

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Learn by Viewing: See LIVE Webcasts (and Archives) of Mass. SJC Oral Arguments (Other Courts, too!)

Did you know that you can watch live webcasts of oral arguments at the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court here, courtesy of the SJC and Suffolk University Law School? Archives of selected arguments back to Fall 2005 are also available. Lists of cases are available by case name or docket number, and a brief summary of each case is …

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Empirical Legal Research – a list-serv for junior scholars

Professor Carolyn Shapiro and a colleague at Chicago-Kent, are proposing a new listserv for junior scholars interested in empirical legal scholarship. The purpose of the listserv would be “to provide a forum for folks to seek advice on methodological, statistical, and other types of questions.” The listserv would be designed for non-tenured faculty whether pre-tenured or non-tenure track. …

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