In June 2023, The William A. Wise Law Library and the University of Colorado Boulder University Libraries are moving to a shared library services platform called FOLIO to manage the libraries’ resources and materials. The LSP is an essential library technology. It enables libraries to lend items, manage electronic resources, and populate a library catalog.
February is Black History Month. We hope you'll celebrate Black History Month by taking some time to learn about the struggles and triumphs of Black Americans throughout U.S. History through resources available at the William A. Wise Law Library.
Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
January is National Black Diamond Month. Who knew?1 How would a good law student, lawyer, or law librarian celebrate National Black Diamond Month? By learning about the diamond industry and law! Check out these resources we've compiled to get started - and ask a librarian if you'd like to research more.
In November, the William A.
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Have you ever had a virus on your PC or a web account hacked? What about something worse like having your identity stolen or a bank account compromised? Cybercrime is an increasingly real threat to individuals and organizations as the world becomes more digitally connected by the day, and cybercrime laws are trying to keep up.
Today we share 6 interesting sources for cybercrime articles, cases, and laws.
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As we sit down with our furry friends at the end of a long day, we may ask ourselves: how protected are our animals and their rights under the law? There happens to be a large body of law covering animals and animal rights and today we share 10 interesting reports, articles, cases, and laws covering just that!
Recently the Wise Law Library posted a question on our whiteboard: "How do you feel about the Socratic Method?" We received a myriad of results, most of which suggest that law students aren't entirely thrilled with this particular mainstay in legal education. Knowing that the Socratic Method is not the most popular of pedagogical tools, one might wonder why it's used in law schools.
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Sports Law is an interesting and varied topic of law. Federal, state, and local laws pertaining to sports cover issues such as: injury law, gender equity, disability, sports betting, sexual harassment, hazing, student-athlete privacy, and more.
Today we share 9 interesting articles, cases, and laws from the world of Sports Law.