Congratulations, Della!
April 11, 2022
Please join the Lucille Stewart Beeson Law Library in congratulating Della Holland Darby who will be retiring from her position as metadata librarian at the end of April.  
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National Library Week: Celebrate with these Five Fun Facts About the Lucille Stewart Beeson Law Library
April 4, 2022
National Library Week 2022, sponsored by the American Library Association, is being celebrated April 3-9. This year’s theme is “Connect with Your Library.” To encourage you to connect with your library, take a look at these five fun facts about the Lucille Stewart Beeson Law Library. 
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Helpful Websites for Foreign and International Legal Research
March 28, 2022
Are you looking for foreign and international law? Sometimes, finding that information can be a difficult task. Fortunately, this week’s Check It Out takes a look at a few websites that provide guidance in the search for foreign and legal information.  
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Continue Your Celebration of Women’s History Month with the Following Resources
March 21, 2022
If you are interested in continuing your celebration of Women’s History Month through the exploration of additional resources, read this week’s Check It Out post. 
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Resource Highlight: The Centennial of Cumberland Women
March 14, 2022
This week's entry highlights "The Centennial of Cumberland Women: A Narrative Account of the Progress of Education of Women in the South." Written by B. Frank Burns, the book presents information about the roles of women at Cumberland University between the years of 1893 and 1993. 
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Finding State Law Beyond the Statutory in Alabama: Administrative Codes
February 28, 2022
When looking for the written law of a particular state, a typical first stop will likely be that state’s statutory code (such as the Code of Alabama 1975). The next step likely will be to find interpretations of that statute in the state’s reported decisions. But there may be quite a bit more...Where? That state’s administrative code, such as the Alabama Administrative Code.  
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Exploring HeinOnline’s Social Justice Suite
February 21, 2022
HeinOnline’s Social Justice Suite is a collection of databases offered by the Hein Company to its core American and international subscribers. Databases included in the collection include Civil Rights and Social Justice; Gun Regulation and Legislation in America; Open Society Justice Initiative; and Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture and Law.  
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