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Category Archives: Humor
by Christine Anne George It’s that time of year. A fresh class of 1Ls enters the hallowed, paper-chased halls of law school. Perhaps it’s due to being hooked on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend or maybe I listened to too many musicals during … Continue reading
by Beau Steenken Law libraries spend a lot of money. Beyond the six figures (or more) that a library spends on maintaining its print collection and electronic subscriptions, money must be spent on shelving (and, in some instances, compact-shelving service … Continue reading
At Nova, there is a tradition that goes back long before I started working here of providing jigsaw puzzles to the law students. There’s always one at the circulation desk and one at the reference desk and often a third … Continue reading
Mistakes are hard to write about. But, I learned something the hard way this week, so I thought I’d share. Remember that undergrad seminar I’m teaching on ‘Social Networking and the Law’? Up until this Wednesday, everything had been running … Continue reading
Hi fellow RIPSters. I was all ready to write a post on something serious and mildly discouraging, when my mood was brightened by a creative student here at the Faulkner University Jones School of Law. With it being Friday afternoon … Continue reading