The Law Library will be closed on Friday, March 28th for Cesar Chavez Day. Weekend hours are unaffected by the holiday.
Plus more titles from the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), at ailalink.aila.org.
Kurzban is the go-to guide for practical immigration questions; our clinic students and faculty rave about it. When the print copies aren’t checked out to somebody working on a clinical or pro bono issue, they live upstairs in the Reading Room at KF 4819.85.
- This site is restricted to UCI Law. Law students: see the VPN information in Technical Resources from UCI Law IT Services.
- Only eight people at a time can use this site. If you can’t get to it, wait for a bit and try again. And please let us know.
10:30 a.m. – Noon
Join us in the Reading Room as we highlight and acknowledge the publications authored and co-authored by UCI Law Faculty from April 2013 through March 2014. Coffee and pastries will be offered beginning at 10:30 a.m.
The event, including remarks by authors, will begin at approximately 10:45 a.m.
Beginning Monday, March 3, the Law Library will adjust hours for Mid-Semester Review Week. Hours during this week will be:
- Monday, March 3rd – Friday, March 7th: 8am – 6pm
Please note that weekend hours before and after review week are unaffected.
Our list of new books is now updated.
In January, the Law Library received books on the practice of law, legal history, and environmental law, among other topics. We even added a title to our extremely small collection of books that are officially humorous, at least according to librarians. The emergency Sasquatch ordinance and other real laws that human beings have actually dreamed up, enacted, and sometimes even enforced is shelved with other legal “miscellany,” downstairs in the Stacks at K 183 .U53.
The Law Library’s collection is constantly growing as we purchase books and other resources to support the scholarly and clinical work of faculty and students. Please let us know if you have a suggestion for a new book.
For students who are interested in employment, labor, and related issues, here are some research pointers based on a the Law Library presentation to students enrolled in Professor Robinson-Dorn’s Spring 2014 Employment Law class. Highlights include:
- Suggested sources and starting points – see our Labor & Employment Research Guide.
- For more information about primary and secondary tax sources, see Chapter 5: Federal Labor and Employment Law in Specialized Legal Research.
- Important online tools for federal and California labor and employment sources include:
- VPN — required for many law-only resources — is supported by UCI Law IT Services.
UCI Law community members can now check out admission passes for The Orange County Museum of Art and The Irvine Museum for up to two weeks. We also have a directory of Orange County and Los Angeles area museums that offer free admission to UCI students. Inquire at the Service Counter for more details.