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Tulsa Law Review Vol. 52, number 1

The Fall 2016 issue of the Tulsa Law Review is now available in the Mabee Legal Information Center’s Digital Commons. This issue contains articles on Oklahoma tort law, the dangers of disappearing legal websites, water law, title IX and other... MORE

17th Annual Buck Colbert Franklin Lecture

In the 17th annual Buck Colbert Franklin Memorial Civil Rights Lecture, Prof. Aziz examined the state of civil rights and how they have been affected by various factors arising since 9/11 including: US military interventions in the Middle East, media... MORE

New Materials in the Law Library

Check out the June, “New in the MLIC” list. New titles include, Adoption Law and Practice</em, Procedural Strategies for Litigators, Game theory and the Transformation of Family Law, and many more. Find them in the MLIC or as always ask... MORE

Oklahoma Bar Exams

The MLIC has received the July, 2015 Oklahoma Bar exam. You can read it and the previous fourteen year’s worth of Oklahoma bar exams, along with other bar exam resources at our Libguide site devoted to bar exam help.

New Titles in the MLIC

Check out the June, “New in the MLIC” list. New titles include works on such hot topics as lawyer/client relations,corporate governance and environmental law. Find them in the MLIC or as always ask an MLIC librarian for help finding them.... MORE

New Books, March 2015

New in the MLIC

Check out the March “New in the MLIC” list. New titles include works on such hot topics as food safety, wrongful convictions, and the legal and ethical issues surrounding big data. Find them in the MLIC or as always ask... MORE

Tulsa Law Review in the Digital Commons

New in the Digital Commons this week is volume 50, issue 2 of the Tulsa Law Review. This themed book review issue contains over 25 articles by distinguished legal scholars reviewing a wide variety of recent legal texts. Every issue... MORE

Screenshot of the new database

Indigenous Peoples of North America

The MLIC has subscribed to a new database, Galegroup’s Indigenous Peoples of North America. This new database includes thousands of legal and historical primary documents dating from the 1700’s to the present. The collection includes manuscripts, monographs, newspapers, photographs, motion... MORE

Covers of recently acquired books in the MLIC

New in the MLIC

Every month the Mabee Legal Information Center publishes a list of our new acquisitions. We acquire books on a variety of subjects for our incoming students, graduates, professors and practitioners. Check out our full list on our recent acquisitions page.... MORE

Law360

Law360 in the MLIC

The Mabee Legal Information Center is proud to announce our new subscription to Law360.  Law360 is available to faculty, students and staff and is a daily legal news and analysis source with more than 40 practice, industry and state sections.... MORE

Covers of New Books in the MLIC

New Acquisitions in the MLIC

Every month the Mabee Legal Information Center publishes a list of our new acquisitions. We acquire books on a variety of subjects for our incoming students, graduates, professors and practitioners. Check out our full list on our recent acquisitions page.... MORE

Prof. Sam Halabi

New in the Digital Commons

Professor Sam Halabi’s new article, “Selling Hospice,” which appears in volume 42 of the Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics is now available in the law school’s Digital Commons. This article examines the increasing use and cost of hospice care... MORE