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New on our blog: New Law Practice Books - We are adding several new books on the practice of law to our collection this spring. In the ABA's The lateral lawyer, get tips for switching firms with a focus on partners moving firms. The lawyer's field guide to effective business development walks readers through the process of setting up and maintaining a business. Get into discussions of the future and current status of the law profession in the ABA's The practice : brutal... http://ow.ly/2W5LpK
We are adding several new books on the practice of law to our collection this spring. In the ABA's The lateral lawyer, get tips for switching firms with a focus on partners moving firms. The lawyer's field guide to effective business development walks readers through the process of setting up ...
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New on our blog: WSLL Recommends: Mental Disability Law: Civil & Criminal http://ow.ly/2Vg3WS
Mental Disability Law Civil and Criminal (2d ed.) is a 5-volume award winning treatise by prolific author Michael L. Perlin, Professor of Law, Emeritus. This set covers many areas of the law involving mental illness. Virtually every chapter contains a convenient checklist dealing with the ...
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New on our blog: Black's Law Dictionary 10th Edition on WestlawNext http://ow.ly/2UTfnT
We added the print version of the 10th edition of Black's Law Dictionary to our collection in the summer of 2014. We're pleased to announce that the 10th edition is now available on WestlawNext. Library users can search WestlawNext on any library computer or while using the Wisconsin State Law ...
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New on our blog: WSLL Recommends: Tulane Tax Institute - For well over a half century the Tulane Tax Institute has attracted top experts in the field of tax law. The annual three-day program is known for presenting recent developments and hot topics in the area of tax planning and estates for both individuals and corporations. Topics from recent programs include estate planning for same-sex and unmarried couples, national trends in state and local taxation, the impact o... http://ow.ly/2UHF9K
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New on our blog: WSLL at Your Service February 2015 - The February issue of WSLL @ Your Service is now online.  In this issue: What's New: Staff News; Upcoming Classes; WSLL, MLRC and DCLRC Year in Review; Website Redesign Survey This Just in...: New & updated library materials; Monthly list of new titles WSLL Recommends: Elements of an Action Odds 'n' Endings: Helping Warm Hearts and Hands Mittens & Hats Drive Recap As always, your comments are welcome. Please direct t... http://ow.ly/2Udu45
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New on our blog: WSLL Recommends: Elements of an Action - Elements of an Action is a single, unobtrusive volume in the larger set of green Wisconsin Practice Series books on our shelves. Professor Jay E. Grenig with Marquette University Law School writes this book.  The 2014-2015 edition has seventeen chapters devoted to frequently litigated civil causes of action. Each chapter is broken into a survey of statutory and other elements underpinning the action, statutes of ... http://ow.ly/2TBEXx
Elements of an Action is a single, unobtrusive volume in the larger set of green Wisconsin Practice Series books on our shelves. Professor Jay E. Grenig with Marquette University Law School writes this book. The 2014-2015 edition has seventeen chapters devoted to frequently litigated civil ...
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New on our blog: WSLL at Your Service: March 2015 - Read the March issue of WSLL @ Your Service! In this issue: What's New: DCLRC Hosts State Agency Librarians; Upcoming Classes; Start Here: A Guide to State Law Library Services, Part 1; This Just in: New & updated library materials; Monthly list of new titles Tech Tip: Search Within A Website With Firefox; WSLL Recommends: Mental Disability Law Civil and Criminal Odds 'n' Endings: Perfect Pairing: Online and Print Vers... http://ow.ly/2VBswS
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New on our blog: Emergency Rules and the Online Administrative Code http://ow.ly/2V6ffW
In January a great new feature was added to the online Administrative Code. When an emergency rule is in place that may affect the chapter being viewed, a highly visible alert box will appear at the top of the page. The emergency rule is linked within the alert box. Simply click on the emergency ...
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Did you know that it's National Court Reporting & Captioning Week? Visit www.ncra.org/awareness for more information.
Court Reporting & Captioning Week February 16-22, 2014 - Welcome to NCRA鈥檚 informational resource center about court reporting and captioning.
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New on our blog: Wisconsin Collection Update - In December and January visitors to the library may have noticed some empty shelves in our Wisconsin section on the second floor. This section underwent a major shift of materials to make more space for our Wisconsin Appellate Court Briefs collection. 100 empty shelves were eventually freed up for the future expansion of our Briefs collection. Empty shelves during the shift. More room was made for the topic areas between KF... http://ow.ly/2UmvFh
In December and January visitors to the library may have noticed some empty shelves in our Wisconsin section on the second floor. This section underwent a major shift of materials to make more space for our Wisconsin Appellate Court Briefs collection. 100 empty shelves were eventually freed up ...
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New on our blog: Books Unbound at your Libraries - Brown books, brown binders, CLE books, State Bar books... These are all common nicknames for a collection of practice-oriented books published by the State Bar of Wisconsin on a variety of topics. The State Law Library maintains a complete set of these in print and supplements its print copies with online access through the State Bar's Books Unbound database. Visitors to the library can use this database to find forms a... http://ow.ly/2TZhk9
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New on our blog: Libraries Closed on Monday, January 19th - The Wisconsin State Law Library, Milwaukee Legal Resource Center, and Dane County Legal Resource Center will be closed on Monday, January 19th for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. To send a question to the Wisconsin State Law Library while we are closed, you may call us at 608-267-9696 or Ask a Librarian online. We will respond to questions and requests on Tuesday, January 20th. http://ow.ly/2ThJf7
The Wisconsin State Law Library, Milwaukee Legal Resource Center, and Dane County Legal Resource Center will be closed on Monday, January 19th for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. To send a question to the Wisconsin State Law Library while we are closed, you may call us at 608-267-9696 or ...
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We serve the legal information needs of the State of Wisconsin to facilitate equal access to the law.
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We serve the legal information needs of the State of Wisconsin, attorneys and the public by providing the highest quality of professional expertise to facilitate equal access to the law.

The Wisconsin State Law Library also manages the Milwaukee Legal Resource Center and Dane County Legal Resource Center.
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