Wednesday, May 09, 2007

The University of Baltimore Law Library Weblog is now at its new WordPress location:

Please update your blogrolls and site feeds if you want to get the latest postings.

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Betsy McKenzie points to Some random rich websites. Very useful stuff in them thar links.

Thursday, May 03, 2007

Fizzy's Second Life is a series of screencasts by a property law course at Seattle University that looks at property concepts within Second Life. Very clever.

Monday, April 30, 2007

SSRN-Strategies and Techniques of Law School Teaching: A Primer for New Teachers by Howard Katz, Kevin Oneill. Everything from book selection to writing the final exam.

From Collectanea comes the news that the Library of Congress has a blog.

Via beSpacific, a list of everything that's new on for April 2007.

Friday, April 27, 2007

This is probably old hat to librarians, but Ernie points out a nifty site that lets you feel like you have a voice on pending legislations: Keeping up with legislation, cyberstyle.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

This is something I'll be keeping an eye on:Law School Innovation: A notable journal-blog cooperative. Providing a source for feedback and follow up to published law review articles sounds very Web 2.0ish.

The ABA's The Legal Research Jumpstation has a wealth of online legal research links. For you Second Life law library folks, this whole site would make a great notecard.

Monday, April 23, 2007


Final exams start on Monday, May 7th and finish on Friday, May 18th.

The Law Library will have extended hours during the exam period. Here is the schedule:

Sunday May 6: 9:00AM to 2AM
Monday May 7 through Friday May 11: 7:30AM to 2AM
Saturday May 12: 7:30AM to midnight
Sunday May 13: 9:00AM to 2AM
Monday May 14 through Thursday May 17: 7:30AM to 2AM
Friday May 18: 7:30AM to midnight

For those using the exam software on their laptops, an FAQ page has been posted on the library’s website:

We expect the usage of the library’s conference rooms to increase during the study and exam periods, and would like to reiterate the policy governing those rooms: They are for groups of law students, and cannot be reserved or held for a study group that is not currently using the room. The library does not have individual study rooms. Anyone using a conference room as an individual study room can be asked by a group to vacate the room. If the request is refused, library staff may be asked to enforce the rule, but the policy is enforced in the first instance by the group seeking to use the room.

Electronic copies of old exams are on the network S drive, which can be accessed via the MyUB Portal (sign on at Look for the Law Library folder, then the Exams subfolder.

Good luck!

What kind of learner are you? Lawsagna has a hint for each type in, 8 times smarter : learning with multiple intelligences.

beSpacific: 2008 Presidential Campaign to Include First Cyberspace Moderated Debates. Is this the start of Campaign 2.0?