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Her Story: The Resilient Woman Lawyer’s Guide to Conquering Obstacles, Book 2, ed. Teresa M. Beck, Alicia M. Menendez, and Shayna M. Steinfeld We recently received a stack of new acquisitions from the ABA at the law library, and one highlight is Her Story: The Resilient Woman Lawyer’s Guide to Conquering Obstacles, Book 2, ed.


The Kathrine R. Everett Law Library has recently acquired several new titles in the Feminist Judgments Series: Rewritten Judicial Opinions. Published by Cambridge University Press, these texts reimagine major legal decisions in various subjects through a social justice lens. Each collection includes rewritten decisions authored and edited by prominent legal scholars, who take the facts


Like many other law librarians this past year, I am trying to figure out how to teach my students about generative AI. Large language model chatbots like ChatGPT, Bing Chat, Bard, and more offer both new possibilities and new challenges for legal research. Cautionary tales have emerged, but so have potential benefits. Major legal databases


The Kathrine R. Everett Law Library has just acquired the CQ Press Supreme Court Collection, a new research database, available to the entire UNC community. The CQ Press Supreme Court Collection provides a wide variety of materials related to the United States Supreme Court, including case summaries, justice profiles, analysis of the history and traditions


The Law Library has recently revived our recent acquisitions bookshelf, where we display new library titles. It’s always fascinating to see what has come in recently, and patrons seem to feel the same, as we’ve had a number of check outs from those shelves. Here are some recent titles that the Kathrine R. Everett Law


Carolina Academic Press publishes the Legal Research Series, a collection of books focused on “essential elements of legal research in each jurisdiction.” Each book provides an overview of state and federal law for a particular jurisdiction: currently the series consists of 33 states and one volume on Federal Legal Research. The series is a resource


The Almanac of the Federal Judiciary is an invaluable resource for researching federal judges. Published by Wolters Kluwer, it provides biographic profiles, financial disclosure information, noteworthy rulings, media coverage, and commentary by attorneys who have firsthand experience practicing in front of their local judges. It is updated semi-annually and covers all judges in the federal


March is Women’s History Month, and UNC Libraries, including the Kathrine R. Everett Law Library, have many resources to help students and faculty research women’s history at UNC and in North Carolina, women and the law, gender studies, gender and the law, and many other related topics. Information about events related to women’s history at