NEW BOOK: The Role of Citation in the Law: A Yale Law School Symposium

AALL Publications Series, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • Chiorazzi champions librarian scholarship in this first publication of its kind
  • Includes first-rate scholarship from 20+ authors including law school librarians and faculty nationwide
  • Perfect for academic law librarians, law school faculty members, and members of the AALL and AALS

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This one-of-a-kind publication contains papers presented at Yale Law School’s Virtual Symposium on Citation and the Law, held April 22-23, 2021, which highlighted the scholarship of law librarians and faculty interested in issues ranging from the U.S. News and World Reports rankings for scholarly productivity,

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NEW BOOK: The Bald Eagle and Its Legacy: An Encyclopedia of a High-Flying American Icon in U.S. History: Nature, Law, and Culture

New Book Breanne Callahan

  • The only comprehensive source detailing the role of the bald eagle in American history and iconography
  • Written in plain language for researchers of any level to understand
  • Arranged in an alphabetical index of more than 200 entries, as well as a topical index of 16 terms, which cross-reference one another
  • Also contains an extensive bibliography of more than 500 entries, featuring articles, books, court cases, and teacher’s resources
  • Provides a detailed timeline of the bald eagle’s progression as an icon from 1492-2022
  • Addresses several myths that surround the bald eagle
  • Authored by an expert in American symbolism

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This book presents numerous A to Z entries about the bald eagle and its place in American culture.

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NEW BOOK: Landmark Indian Law Cases, Second Edition

AALL Publications Series, New Book Lauren Zazzara

  • Includes 5 new landmark cases and 20 years of updates since the previous edition
  • All 50+ cases are categorized under one or more relevant subject heading(s) and include West Headnotes
  • This new edition now identifies the significance of each case via individual case summaries
  • Features fundamental cases such as McGirt v. Oklahoma, Talton v. Mayes, Worcester v. Georgia, and many more
  • A must-have title for anyone researching federal Indigenous law

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Landmark Indian Law Cases focuses on a core set of Indigenous law cases from the U.S.

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NEW BOOK: Supreme Quotes: Surprising Quotations in Supreme Court Opinions

New Book Breanne Callahan

In 2008, when 60 Minutes’ Leslie Stahl interviewed Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, she asked why his judicial opinions often included quotations from history, literature, and popular culture. Justice Scalia answered: “It makes the opinion interesting, which might induce somebody to read it.”

  • First reference book to highlight how frequently Supreme Court Justices use surprising quotations to enhance their opinions
  • Among the quoted are satirists, actors, playwrights, politicians, musicians, poets, and more
  • Contextual summaries to illustrate how each quote was used to crystallize an important legal point
  • Each case involves a matter of great public importance,

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NEW BOOK: Prince’s Dictionary of Legal Citations, Tenth Edition

Citation Standards, Legal Research, New Book, New Edition Breanne Callahan

  • Incorporates five years of Bluebook updates according to 21st Edition standards
  • Includes updated references to local citation rules and timely article examples
  • Addresses new rule for illustrations and photographs
  • Has served as the most reliable Bluebook companion for law students and professors alike for more than 40 years

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Prince’s Dictionary of Legal Citations assists the legal profession in citing legal authorities according to the rules given in The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation,

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NEW BOOK: Federal Income Tax Law: A Legal Research Guide, 2nd Edition

Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A necessary resource for researchers navigating the complex world of federal income tax law
  • Provides vital information regarding primary and secondary sources, as well as free and subscription online resources
  • A comprehensive guide to exploring topics such as the Internal Revenue Code, case law, Treasury Regulations, and legislative histories
  • New edition includes timely information on tax cuts and COVID-19 relief legislation

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Federal Income Tax Law: A Legal Research Guide is an extensive and descriptive research guide that discusses the different primary sources of federal income tax law,

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NEW BOOK: Marijuana Law: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A must-have title for any researcher navigating the laws concerning the rapidly changing world of marijuana
  • Provides a state-by-state listing of federal and state legal approaches to legalizing marijuana
  • A comprehensive guide with in-depth exploration of primary and secondary sources, including U.S. Supreme Court cases

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Marijuana Law: A Legal Research Guide was created to help novice and advanced researchers navigate the rapidly changing laws concerning this trending topic. Included are primary sources which are explored at length, including the federal law controlling marijuana and the federal regulations scheduling it as an illegal drug.

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NEW BOOK: Rebalancing Copyright: Considering Technology’s Impact on Libraries and the Public Interest

AALL Publications Series, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A must-have resource that examines the past and future of copyright
  • Includes in-depth discussion of copyright in relation to libraries, whose missions inevitably dovetail with the public interest aspect of copyright
  • Explores potential copyright reform with an eye toward current and upcoming technological changes
  • Perfect for libraries, universities, policymakers, and individuals interested in copyright issues

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With each new significant technology advance—photocopiers, videorecorders, the graphical web—copyright owners have pushed courts and legislators to protect their interest over the public’s. Yet,

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NEW BOOK: Grandparents’ Visitation Rights: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • Provides nearly 20 years of updates to primary and secondary materials on current statutory law and case law
  • A one-of-a-kind tool for researching this important aspect of family law
  • A must-have title for anyone researching or practicing in the area of family law

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Grandparents’ visitation rights are an important part of family law, with laws passed in every state since 1990. This work is a second edition of M. Kristine Taylor Warren’s Grandparent Visitation Rights: A Legal Research Guide (2001), which provided a useful summary of the statutory law,

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NEW BOOK: Weather and Climate Law: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A one-of-a-kind legal reference guide on primary state and federal weather-related issues
  • A must-have title for all lawyers and laypeople addressing legal matters caused by extreme climate conditions
  • Includes valuable secondary sources related to weather and climate

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Weather and law. These two matters may appear unrelated, but they’re not. Peoples’ problems caused by weather is where the law comes into play.

Take, for example, extreme hot or cold temperature conditions—the law might forbid eviction or place a moratorium on utility shutoffs for gas,

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