Law Library Resources

Reserve Materials - Fall 2018

Below is a list of material that is on Reserve for a specific class. The material is listed in alphabetical order by the Professor's Name, followed by the Course Number.  The circulation period is three hours and is for in-library use only.

This web page does NOT link to full text electronic copies of the materials.

Greene – LAW 602

 Rothstein, Mark A.  Employment law: cases and materials.  8th ed.  

Rothstein, Mark A.  Employment law: cases and materials.  8th ed.  2018 supplement.

Greene – LAW 708

Bibliography for Race and American Law

 Horsey – LAW 512

Cohen, Morris L.  Legal research in a nutshell.  12th ed. - 2 copies - (KF240 .C55 2016)

Olson, Kent C.  Principles of legal research.  2nd ed. - 2 copies - (KF240 .O378 2015)

Roberts - LAW 668

 Pratt, Katherine.  Federal income tax : examples & explanations.  7th ed. – 1 copy – (Book – Personal copy) 

Schmalbeck, Richard.  Federal income taxation.  5th ed.  – 1 copy – (Book-Personal copy)

Roberts – LAW 698

Craig, Robin Kundis.  Environmental law in context: cases and materials.  4th ed.  - 1 copy - (Book - Personal copy)

 Simms – LAW 769

Bibliography for Technology and the Practice of Law

Research Guides

Library Publications

Check It Out

The Law Library publishes the newsletter, Check It Out, six times a year. This publication contains articles on legal research, computer information, current bibliographies and up-to-date information from the Law Library.

Guide to Study Aids

A subject guide of legal resources in the Law Library

2018-2019 Guide to Study Aids

Selected Lists of Recent Acquisitions

The Law Library compiles a monthly bibliography of new treatises added to the collection. The Selected List of Recent Acquisitions contains a list of subjects and the full title and bibliographic information for each title.

Cumberland School of Law, Faculty Publications

Bibliography of Cumberland faculty publications, 2002-present

Cumberland School of Law, Friendship Room Collection

Bibliography of the treatise collection shelved in the Friendship Room

The David J. Langum, Sr. Collection on the Law of Slavery

This collection is a wide range of treatises on the implication of slavery throughout American history. The collection is shelved in the Friendship Room, Second Floor.

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Online Appendices to Turn-Key T&E

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External Library Catalogs

Current Index to Legal Periodicals

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