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Check out this lawyer's path from government attorney to legal hacker! Check it out! 
Read about one lawyer's path from government attorney to legal hacker in Innovate by Embracing Your Inner (and Outer) Hackers. This is one way to promote access to justice – ability to code is optional. Tags: legal hacking. June 10, 2015 ...
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Bike month may be over, but bike laws are all year round! Get info on bike laws in Washington here:
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Check out this new book by Tom Grella, targeted towards attorneys seeking to develop their leadership skills! 
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Professor Emerita recently spoke at Puyallup Public Library about "The Boys in the Boat" & her father. Check it out:
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Have you heard about the upcoming library renovations? 
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Reminder about the upcoming FREE legal research workshop! Brush up on your legal research skills on May 30th. RSVP now! 
The Seattle University and Lane Powell law firm law libraries are pleased to offer a legal research workshop to help students brush up on their legal research skills for their summer employment or other summer research endeavors. The workshop will cover state and federal legislative history, ...
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Some MIT students had their project investigated, leading to a talk over legal assistance to students. Check it out! 
Read about the MIT students who were investigated by the New Jersey Attorney General for their student project. The university was unable to provide legal assistance to the students while they faced legal challenges for months. As a result, a new conference on the Freedom to Innovate will be ...
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It's May & "may" is also a word on which many disputes have arisen and many court cases have hinged. Find out more:
The month is May and “may” is also a word on which many disputes have arisen and many court cases have hinged. One would typically define “may” as permissive. However, according to Black's Law Dictionary, some courts have interpreted “may” to be synonymous with “shall” or “must” “in an effort to ...
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Check out this book that teaches law students & attorneys how to incorporate social networking into job searches. 
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Did you know you have access to your Lexis, Westlaw and Bloomberg accounts during the summer? Find out more here:
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Continuing into Children's Book Week - check out these featured books from the children's collection! 
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Law students! Have you used Bloomberg Law? It's a helpful research tool & great for business and transactional work. 
Most SU law students are quite comfortable with WestlawNext and have some familiarity with LexisAdvance, but many don't know about Bloomberg Law. This research service is incredibly useful, especially for business and transactional work. If you haven't tried it already, sign up now.
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The Seattle University Law Library’s mission is to “provide the highest quality information resources and services to support the instructional, research and scholarship endeavors of the Seattle University School of Law and the Seattle University community.” To achieve these goals, the Law Library remains committed to anticipating and satisfying the needs of our students, faculty and staff by offering new and enhanced services while providing expanded access to the ever-changing array of information resources.