November 16, 2017
Books acquired by the library in October a wide range of subjects: statelessness, copyright, human rights, bigamy, and contracts to name a few. Here are some highlights.
GN495.6 .H34 2017
Title: The fateful triangle : race, ethnicity, nation / Stuart Hall ; edited by Kobena Mercer ; foreword by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Publication info: Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2017.
Subject: Nation-state and globalization.
K1420.5 .C43 2017
Title: Copyright users’ rights : contracts and the erosion of property / Pascale Chapdelaine.
Edition: First edition.
Publication info: Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2017.
KF250 .C53 2017
Title: Successful legal analysis and writing : the fundamentals / Christopher D. Soper, Cristina D. Lockwood, Bradley G. Clary, Pamela Lysaght.
Edition: Fourth edition.
Publication info: St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing, 
Subject: Legal composition.
Subject: Law–United States–Language.
KD3962 .R33 2017
Title: Britain and its internal others, 1750-1800 : under rule of law / Dana Y. Rabin.
Publication info: Manchester, United Kingdom : Manchester University Press, 2017.
Subject: Rule of law–Great Britain–History–18th century.
Series: Studies in imperialism.
October 20, 2017
House of Lords Parliamentary Papers 1800-1910 – The UK parliamentary papers database has been expanded to include the papers from the House of Lords from the National Library of Scotland. The collection and this module will be of interest to researchers of British history, British government, and political science – http://go.utlib.ca/cat/11184212
ProQuest Congressional Collection – Primary source collection of original testimony with supporting correspondence, articles, and memos. Includes unpublished hearings and the ability to track testimony by witness affiliation over time. The Congressional Collection also includes bills and resolutions, house and senate documents, executive orders and presidential proclamations. Of interest to researchers of American history, political science, social science and law. – http://go.utlib.ca/cat/9324197
October 19, 2017
On November 5 , an the Legal Eagles, a team of law librarians and faculty will climbing the 1,776 steps of the CN Tower to raise money in support of the United Way. United Way Toronto is an umbrella organization that partners with and provides funds to many many agencies, projects and initiatives in Toronto. Please sponsor the team and their efforts to make Toronto a better place to live, work and raise our families.
To sponsor our team please go to their Team Page at http://uwgt.convio.net/site/TR/CommunityEvents/General?team_id=1408&pg=team&fr_id=1060.
Thank you all so much
Sooin Kim: Team Captain
Susan Barker: Team Manager