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  • Major Digital Resources (Screenshots)
    to Summary of Major Digital Resources Return to Summary of Major Digital Resources Return to Summary of Major Digital Resources Return to Summary of Major Digital Resources Return to Summary of Major Digital Resources Return to Summary of Major Digital

    Original URL path: http://lib.law.washington.edu/eald/jlr/jlrscreenshots.htm (2014-10-25)
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  • How to Use the Yomiuri Shinbun CD ROM Archives
    Access Yomiuri Print Version Of Guide JLR EALD How to Use the Yomiuri Shinbun Newspaper Archives 明治 Meiji 1874 1912 Search Screen 大正 Taishō 1912 1926 Search Screen 昭和戦前 I Shōwa senzen I 1926 1936 Search Screen 昭和戦前 II Shōwa

    Original URL path: http://lib.law.washington.edu/eald/jlr/HowToUseYomiuri/Yomiuri2.htm (2014-10-25)
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  • Bridge the Legal Research Gap 2007
    you may be prompted to accept a UW certificate to enter the encrypted site Directions Parking Seattle University Sullivan Hall SU Law School is located at 901 12th Avenue on the east side of Seattle University s Campus It is on the corner of 12th and Columbia between Cherry James and Madison Metered street parking is available on 12th Columbia and the surrounding streets Driving directions Public transportation University of Washington William H Gates Hall is located near the northwest corner of the University of Washington campus near the intersection of 15th Avenue NE and NE 43d Street The closest UW parking lots are N1 N4 and N5 Parking is also available in the central parking garage Visitors should check in at the parking gates to pay for a parking permit Gate 1 on Memorial Way Gates 2 and 3 on 15th Ave NE Driving directions Parking rates and policies Public transportation top FAQs Who may attend Any law student or WSBA Rule 6 law clerk who is working or studying in the Seattle area is welcome to attend Nonlaw students and others who are interested in attending the event at Seattle University should contact Barbara Swatt Nonlaw students and others who are interested in attending the event at the University of Washington should contact Ann Hemmens or 206 543 7672 Do I have to be a UW or SU student No Students from all law schools are invited In fact students from all over the country have attended previous Bridge the Gap programs in Seattle What is price of admission The program is free The law school libraries of Seattle University and the University of Washington cover the costs associated with planning and operating the event Will I receive any sort of confirmation about my registration You will receive

    Original URL path: http://lib.law.washington.edu/btg/2007/register.htm (2014-10-25)
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  • Bridge the Gap 2003
    Seattle University C 3 LexisNexis Presentation LaCandas Malone LexisNexis 3 00 3 45 Concurrent Sessions III C 5 Internet Legal Research Washington Materials Ann Hemmens University of Washington C 6 What You Always Wanted To Know About Legal Research But Were Afraid To Ask Cheryl Nyberg University of Washington C 1 Washington State Legislative History Kerry Fitz Gerald Seattle University C 3 Westlaw Presentation Anna Guerra Westlaw 3 55 4 50 Plenary Session II C 5 Making the Most of Your Summer Job Millicent Newhouse University of Washington Joan Tierney Chris Engle Seattle University Mr Whitney Leibow Cairncross and Hempelmann Ms Linda Lillevik The Defender Association Ms Kirsten Schimpff Assistant U S Attorney Mr Matthew Segal Preston Gates and Ellis Last year more than 120 students attended the program don t miss out on this opportunity to mingle with law students from around the country Most employers encourage their summer associates and externs to participate Registration is free Please register using the web form below For questions contact Kara Phillips Kerry Fitz Gerald or Jane Draney at 206 398 4096 top Registration CLOSED 6 18 03 Registration is limited to 150 participants Parking Sullivan Hall SU Law School is located on the east side of Seattle University s Campus It is on the corner of 12th and Columbia between Cherry James and Madison Nonmetered free street parking is available on 12th Columbia and the surrounding streets top Financial Supporters LexisNexis Westlaw LoisLaw Note Vendors will have information displays in the open space on the Court level where the programs will be held Staff In addition to the speakers other people from the Seattle and University of Washington Law Schools and Law Libraries assisted in planning and coordinating this event Thanks in alphabetic order to Kristin Cheney Executive Law Librarian Seattle University Law Library Jane Draney Administrative Assistant Seattle University Law Library Penny Hazelton Associate Dean of Library and Computing Services University of Washington Theresa Knier Program Coordinator Gallagher Law Library University of Washington Seattle University Law School Administration Technology Seattle University Law School Library staff top FAQs Who may attend Any law student or WSBA Rule 6 law clerk who is working or studying in the Seattle area is welcome to attend Nonlaw students and others who are interested in attending should contact Kara Phillips Kerry Fitz Gerald or Jane Draney at 206 398 4096 Don t I have to be a UW or SU student No Students from all law schools are invited In previous programs we ve had students from the following law schools attend Baylor Boston College Chicago Fordham George Washington Gonzaga Harvard Hastings Iowa Maryland Michigan Minnesota Montana Northwestern Notre Dame Oregon SMU Stanford UC Davis UCLA USC Virginia Washington and Lee Willamette and Yale How much is registration The program is completely free The law schools of Seattle University and the University of Washington together with our financial supporters cover the costs Will lunch be provided Hey come on this is a free program Please

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  • UW Law Student Email Reference Question
    provide legal information and materials including laws bills court opinions and related documents and or links to legal material Most of these sites are freely available to all users with Internet access Some sites are UW Restricted that is available to University of Washington faculty students and staff and visitors to UW Libraries More Students Blog Ask Us Email Reference Question Form UW School of Law students other UW faculty and students and members of the public are invited to use this form to submit questions to the Gallagher Law Library reference librarians We read and reply to questions submitted via this form when the Reference Office is open We will suggest sources that you will find useful for conducting your research For instance if you say you want to locate articles on a certain topic we will suggest an appropriate index and perhaps some search terms but we will not prepare a bibliography for you We cannot provide legal advice We cannot tell you what the law is or how courts have interpreted the law Some questions are too complex to answer via email We will let you know if your question requires a visit to the Law Library You may review our reference service policies for more information Your Name E mail Address UW School of Law 1L student 2L student 3L student LLM student Ph D student Alumni Other UW faculty student or staff UW alumni Member of the public Type Your Question When submitting your question please include information about the jurisdiction s you are interested in any sources you have already consulted and any case or statute citations of which you are aware While awaiting an answer you may wish to consult some additional resources Review one of our legal research guides or our list

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  • Using HHBJ to Search for Cases
    HHBJ are included in the Gallagher Law Library collection in print Use HHBJ as a first step to find articles and cases in the print collection Use the keyword index phrase indexes indexes for court name and trial date and many other indexes Coverage begins in January 1982 The CD is updated twice a year The back of the CD cover sheet located in side the plastic CD box indicates

    Original URL path: http://lib.law.washington.edu/eald/jlr/HowToUseHHBJ/HowToUseHHBJ1.htm (2014-10-25)
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  • How to Use the Yomiuri Shinbun CD ROM Archives
    library s public workstations see instructions Graphic Interface Text Interface Currently available in the library are the following five separate sections of the Yomiuri archives Two of the sections Meiji and Taish use a graphic user interface while the other three Sh wa senzen I and II plus Sh wa seng I use a text interface Graphic Interface 7 45 Meiji 1874 1912 Taish 1912 1926 Text Interface I 11 11 Sh wa senzen I 1926 1936 II 12 20 Sh wa senzen II 1937 1945 I 21 35 Sh wa sengo I 1946 1960 Access Restricted These CD ROM network databases are available only from workstations in the UW Libraries and the Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library Go Directly to Start If you already know how to use the archives and you are currently at one of the public terminals at the University of Washington Law Library go directly to the Enter Yomiuri Archives page Inputting Japanese Text Help Screens Starting the Software First click one of the four links on the Enter Yomiuri Archives page to start the software Expect a delay of from one to two minutes while the connection is made and the software starts When

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  • Notes on the Washington History Clipping Files
    am sure there are errors I would recommend that anyone looking for information on a particular attorney keep these points in mind 1 The files are likely misfiled I tried to return the files in alphabetical order but didn t consider this to be a top priority since the files are very much out of order An example would be the attorney name database lists all names beginning with Mc after Ma whereas in the file cabinets the Mc s are filed first There have also been times when I have found files completely out of alphabetic order 2 There may be some misfilings due to homographic errors For example I have found attorneys and judges with the last name of Reid in files labeled Reed 3 There may be problems with initials Some pictures and information especially about early attorneys and judges have only initials in place of full first names The people who have filed the information have at times put the initials with information containing full names In the database many times I listed the initials as well as the full name because I have found errors as indicated by problematic dates when initials are matched up with full names 4 I have chosen to normalize the database by using only the first initial of any given middle name If there is more than one middle name I have used the first initial of all the names 5 Please look behind the pictures that are in mylar sheaves Many times multiple pictures have been placed there and have either fallen behind or have deliberately been placed behind other pictures 6 A lot of the files have tiny newspaper clippings that tend to fall out and get lost I have tried to attach the clippings to a larger

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