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Wisconsin State Law Library
We serve the legal information needs of the State of Wisconsin to facilitate equal access to the law.
We serve the legal information needs of the State of Wisconsin to facilitate equal access to the law.
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Sign up now for our March Westlaw class - Space is still available for our March Westlaw class, "What's New on Westlaw," taking place next Tuesday, March 21 from noon to 1 p.m. This 1 hour CLE credit class updates and refreshes attorneys on Westlaw, and shows new tools, features, and content available. The new tools and content enhancements also assist the attorneys in providing more cost effective researching to their clients. What's New On Westlaw Tuesday, March 21, Noon - 1 p.m. Location...

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WSLL @ Your Service: March 2017 - The March issue of WSLL @ Your Service is now online. As always, your comments are welcome. Please direct them to the editor, Kristina Martinez. In this issue: What's New Our new, FREE public scanner is available for use. Also, try out trial databases in HeinOnline, wish Pete Boll luck on his new adventure, and get an update on National Library Week. Read more This Just In Children's Justice: How to Improve Legal Representation of Children in the Child Welf...

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Trial Databases in HeinOnline - We're testing some new HeinOnline libraries and we want your opinion. Do you think we should subscribe to any of these libraries? Please tell us what you think by emailing us at wsll.web@wicourts.gov by April 14, 2017. Getting to the trial libraries is easy. Simply log in to HeinOnline with your library card (or on one of our computers) and look for the red TRIAL flag next to the library. HeinOnline is available to most library card holders and everyone in ou...

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Newsletter Survey - We hope to improve our newsletter, WSLL @ Your Service, by creating content that best suits you, our reader. Please take a few minutes to complete this brief survey so that we may focus our efforts in the new year. Thank you!

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Vote on Tuesday - The 2017 Spring primary takes place this week on Tuesday, February 21st. Sign in to My Vote Wisconsin to see your polling location, voter registration status, and sample ballot. If you voted absentee, you can check whether your ballot has been recorded as received on this website as well. Voter photo ID is required. Visit Bring it to the Ballot to learn more.

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Love Your Library Card: Renew books online - Renewing checked out books and other library materials is easy on our website. Step 1: Log in to your account From our home page or the Search drop down menu on our site, choose the Renew / Log In option. Enter the full barcode number on the back of your Wisconsin State Law Library card to log in. Step 2: Select individual titles or click on "Renew All" Use the "sort by due date" button to sort items on your screen. Then, check only the boxes nex...

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Love Your Library Card: Articles and online research - Log in with your library card to read and download premium content from HeinOnline, Index to Legal Periodicals, LegalTrac and more.  Law DatabasesHeinOnline is an archive of law reviews, Federal legislation, codes, regulations, legal treatises, and government documents. HeinOnline boasts a number of additional databases, including historical state reports and statutes, Legal Classics, English Reports, and US Attorney General Opinions. L...

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Love Your Library Card: Check out your library - There are a lot of reasons to love your Wisconsin State Law Library card. This week we'll give you an overview of some of the resources and services you have access to when you sign up for a free State Law Library card. Check out our comprehensive, practice-oriented collection. Popular books include the Wisconsin State Bar "brown books", National Business Institute seminar materials, and the Nolo and Nutshell series. And don't forget our wide...

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Job Posting: Acquisitions Librarian - The Wisconsin State Law Library is seeking a service oriented and well organized candidate for a full-time Acquisitions Librarian. Location: Madison, WI with some statewide travel possible. Salary: Minimum salary of $52,728 (actual salary may change, commensurate with experience). Responsibilities:   Manages acquisitions by monitoring budgets, ordering materials, processing invoices, claiming materials, and staying abreast of emerging trends and best pr...
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