In June 2021, the Law Library added the following new resources to the collection to support the research and curricular needs of our faculty and students.
HeinOnline’s Military and Government database
Military and Government – HeinOnline’s Military and Government allows users to research the functions of the federal government in administering all six armed forces, as well as the issues confronting service personnel both on and off the battlefield. This new database includes topics such as women’s changing role in the military to the development of new weaponry to navigating benefits offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs after service.
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, GENERALLY
1. Paula A. Monopoli, Constitutional Orphan: Gender Equality and the Nineteenth Amendment (2020).
2. Carol A. Fichtelman, Weather and Climate Law: A Legal Research Guide (2021).
3. Joel Fishman, Grandparents’ Visitation Rights: A Legal Research Guide (2021).
4. Paul Bolster, Saving the Georgia Coast: A Political History of the Coastal Marshlands Protection Act (2020).
5. Joseph Russomanno, ed., Speech Freedom on Campus: Past, Present, and Future (2021).
6. Adam B. Cox and Cristina M. Rodriguez, The President and Immigration Law (2020).
7. Beth McMurtrie and Beckie Supiano, The Future of Teaching: How the Classroom is Being Transformed (2021).
8. Ashley Krenelka Chase, ed., Millennial Leadership in Law Schools: Essays on Disruption, Innovation, and the Future (2021).
9. Pooja K. Agarwal and Patrice M. Bain, Powerful Teaching: Unleash the Science of Learning (2019).
10. Malcolm S. Knowles, Elwood F. Holton III, Richard A. Swanson and Petra A. Robinson, The Adult Learner: The Definitive Classic in Adult Education and Human Resource Development (2020).
11. Robert A. Gottfried and Jessica Rudin MacGregor, Profile of Legal Malpractice Claims, 2016-2019 (2020).
12. Ulrike Schultz, Gisela Shaw, Margaret Thornton, and Rosemary Auchmuty, eds., Gender and Careers in the Legal Academy (2021).
13. Katrina Lee, The Legal Career: Knowing the Business, Thriving in Practice (2020).
LEGAL RESEARCH AND LIBRARIES
14. Gregory C. Thompson, Harish Maringanti, Rick Anderson, Catherine B. Soehner and Alberta Comer, Strategic Planning for Academic Libraries: A Step-by-Step Guide (2019).
15. Jonathan Lewallen, Committees and the Decline of Lawmaking in Congress (2020).
16. R. Annie Gough, Injury Illustrated: How Medical Images Win Legal Cases (2021).
17. Joel Michael Reynolds and Erik Parens, eds., For “All of Us”?: On the Weight of Genomic Knowledge (2020).
PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
18. David L. Ginsberg and Robert A. Feisee, How Successful Law Firms Really Work (2020).
19. Daniel P. Franklin, Stanley M. Caress, Robert M. Sanders, and Cole D. Taratoot, The Politics of Presidential Impeachment (2020).
20. Helen Hershkoff and Stephen Loffredo, Getting By: Economic Rights and Legal Protections for People with Low Income (2020).
21. Douglas G. Smith, The Rising Behemoth: Multidistrict and Mass Tort Litigation in the United States (2020).
22. Mass Torts Committee and Courtney E. Ward-Reichard, ed., Mass Torts in the United States: Strategy & Practice (2021).
23. James H. Davenport, Western Water Rights and the U.S. Supreme Court (2020).
All resources are available from the Law Library. If you would like to check out any of these titles, please contact the circulation desk at either
806-742-3957 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All electronic databases are available through the Library’s webpage,
Library staff will be able to assist in locating and checking out any of these items or helping you contact the Librarian on call for questions about electronic resources.