In April 2023, the Law Library added the following new resources to the collection to support the research and curricular needs of our faculty and students.
1. Law Library of Congress Reports (HeinOnline) The Law Library produces reports on foreign, comparative, and international law in response to requests from Members of Congress, Congressional staff and committees, the federal courts, executive branch agencies, and others. Selected reports are provided for the public for reference purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. The information provided reflects research undertaken as of the date of writing, which has not been updated unless specifically noted. Current and historical reports are released periodically. The reports as hosted by the Law Library of Congress can be accessed at its website.
2. Military Legal Resources (U.S. JAG School) (HeinOnline) HeinOnline has developed the Military Legal Resources (U.S. Army JAG School) in conjunction with the William Winthrop Memorial Library of the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s School to replace the Winthrop Library’s Military Legal Resources collection previously hosted by the Library of Congress. The goal of the collection is exhaustiveness. It aims to collect every current and historical military legal document and resource needed by judge advocates, law school professors, and members of the general public interested in military law. New materials will be added to the collection on a regular basis.
1. Thomas W. Merrill, The Chevron Doctrine: Its Rise and Fall, and the Future of the Administrative State (2022).
2. Felicity Deane, Evan Hamman and Anna Huggins and Zoe Nay, Natural Capital, Agriculture and the Law (2022).
BANKING AND FINANCE
3. Dorcas R. Gilmore, Lisa Green Hall, and Susan R. Jones, eds., Investing for Social Impact, Economic Justice, and Racial Equity (2023).
4. Joanne Hutcheson Seale Wilson, Think Like a Lawyer: A Texas Family Story in the Letters of Captain J.C. Hutcheson (2022).
5. American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law, Antitrust Grand Jury Investigations Handbook (2023).
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, GENERALLY
6. Roberto Gargarella, The Law as a Conversation Among Equals (2022).
7. Wayne A. Logan, The Ex Post Facto Clause: Its History and Role in a Punitive Society (2023).
8. Steven D. Smith, Larry Alexander, James Allan, and Maimon Schwarzchild, A Principled Constitution?: Four Skeptical Views (2022).
9. Kenneth A. Adams, A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting (2023).
CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE
10. Robert Schehr, Convictions Without Truth: The Incompatibility of Science and Law (2022).
11. Jacqueline A. Rodriguez and Wendy W. Murawski, Special Education Law and Policy: From Foundation to Application (2022).
12. Nancy Berlinger, Kate de Medeiros, and Mildred Z. Solomon, eds., What Makes a Good Life in Late Life?: Citizenship and Justice in Aging Societies (2018).
ESTATES AND TRUSTS
13. Paul Golden, Litigating Constructive Trusts: The Last Resort in Fighting Iniquity and Inequity (2022).
14. Lee C. Bollinger and Geoffrey R. Stone, eds., Social Media, Freedom of Speech, and the Future of Our Democracy (2022).
15. Alvah L. Stinson, Woman Under the Law (1914).
INDIAN AND ABORIGINAL LAW
16. Lawrence A. Dwyer, Standing Bear’s Quest for Freedom: The First Civil Rights Victory for Native Americans (2022).
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
17. Christopher S. Reed, Digital Media Law: A Practical Guide for the Media and Entertainment Industries (2023).
18. Kenneth L. Dorsney, ed., Pre-ANDA Litigation: Strategies and Tactics for Developing a Drug Product and Patent Portfolio (2022).
19. Jessica Silbey, Against Progress: Intellectual Property and Fundamental Values in the Internet Age (2022).
20. Joe Cleveland, Fritz Garland Lanham: Father of American Trademark Protection (2021).
21. Will Soper, “Greytown is no more!”: The 1854 Razing of a Central American Port, the U.S. Businesses Behind Its Demise, and the Lasting Foreign Policy Legacy (2023).
22. Nancy Gertner, ed., Representative Opinions of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (2022).
23. David Goddard, Making Laws That Work: How Laws Fail and How We Can Do Better (2022).
LEGAL ANALYSIS AND WRITING
24. Robin Slocum and Gina Nerger, Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Other Lawyering Skills (2022).
25. Omar Madhloom and Hugh McFaul, eds., Thinking about Clinical Legal Education: Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives (2022).
26. Chad Noreuil, The Zen of Passing the Bar Exam (2022).
27. Tanya J. Monestier, Sh*t No One Tells You About Law School (2022).
28. Scott L. Rogers, The Mindful Law Student: A Mindfulness in Law Practice Guide (2022).
29. Faith E. Fletcher, Keisha S. Ray, Virginia A. Brown, and Patrick T. Smith, eds., A Critical Moment in Bioethics: Reckoning with Anti-Black Racism Through Intergenerational Dialogue (2022).
30. Tryon P. Woods, Pandemic Police Power, Public Health and the Abolition Question (2022).
31. Denise F. Polit and Cheryl Tatano Beck, Essentials of Nursing Research: Appraising Evidence for Nursing Practice (2022).
32. Jessica L. Bailey-Wheaton, ed., Health Law Essentials (2023).
33. American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: DSM-5-TR (2022).
34. Wayne Batchis, Throwing the Party: How the Supreme Court puts Political Party Organizations Ahead of Voters (2022).
PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
35. Lawrence S. Pascoe, Innovative Legal Service Applications: A Guide to Improved Client Services (2022).
36. Helgi Maki, Marjorie Florestal, Myrna McCallum, and J. Kim Wright, eds., Trauma-Informed Law: A Primer for Lawyer Resilience and Healing (2023).
37. Chris Fortier, The Lawyer’s Guide to Office Automation: Tools and Strategies to Improve Your Firm and Your Life (2023).
38. Jan L Jacobowitz and John G Browning, Legal Ethics and Social Media: A Practitioner’s Handbook (2022).
RACE AND ETHNICITY
39. Bennett Capers, Devon Carbado , Robin A. Lenhardt , and Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Critical Race Judgments: Rewritten U.S. Court Opinions on Race and the Law (2022).
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
40. David P. Fidler, Advanced Introduction to Cybersecurity Law (2022).
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, http://www.depts.ttu.edu/law/lawlibrary/index.php.
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.
One thought on “2023 April New Resources”
This is an impressive list of new resources and books for the Law Library. It’s great to see such focus on supporting research and curriculum for faculty and students.