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The Importance of Legal Research Skills for Practice

by Jamie Baker, Texas Tech University School of Law Library Nearly all law schools are focusing on preparing “practice-ready” graduates. This approach to legal education was advanced in the 1990’s with the McCrate Report , and it has really taken hold … Continue reading

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Winter Reading Roundup

Recently, it snowed in Lexington. While Lexington does in fact own a fleet of snowplows, 17 inches in one snow is a lot, and this followed a double-digit snowfall about two weeks previously. At one point midway through the storm, … Continue reading

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