New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) Materials

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses are intended to maintain the professional development of practicing attorneys. Often, CLE courses yield publications or handouts, which are great resources for research into current practices in certain practice areas.

Where can you find NJICLE materials:

  • In the Law Library. In the Law Library catalog, run an Author search for “New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education” (no quotes). You can search within these results to find subject-specific materials by using the “Limit/Sort Search” button above the search bar.
  • On BloombergLaw. From the home page, select the Legal Analysis & News tab, and then select Books & Treatises. One of the selections will be for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE). Select a resource to browse the Table to Contents.
  • On Lexis Advance. From the home page, select Browse Sources. In the search bar on the left, search for “NJICLE” (no quotes). By clicking on a resource, you can add that resource to a search, or you can click the link to view the Table of Contents.

For more information about NJICLE, visit their website.

Written by CDS

(HT GBT)

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11 Mobile Apps for [not just] Law School Students

Always good to have access to information in your back pocket!

CRIV Blog

http://www.usnews.com/education/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/articles/2014/03/19/11-apps-for-law-school-students

Some of these mobile apps are great for lawyers and librarians too. HeinOnline, Lexis Advance, WestLawNext, NOLO’s Plain English Law Dictionary, Camera to PDF, JotNot, ABA Journal,SCOTUSblog

Law lIbrarians were the sources for this list. Nice shoutout to our expertise!

“If in doubt, librarians say to go to the law library or check your library’s website to find the best apps and verify which have the most reliable information.

“‘In the law, of course, it’s very important that you get the law from the right sources,’ says Wisconsin’s Turner.”

 

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LexisAdvance Offers Resources for Teaching Transactional Law

Instructional Technology at Albany Law School

Lexis Practice Advisor® provides faculty and students with a one-stop online practical guidance tool for transactional legal matters including access to original practical guidance, thousands of model forms and many other transactional resources, all hand-selected and written by attorneys currently practicing at leading law firms.

Practice areas covered:

  • Banking & Finance
  • Business & Commercial
  • California Business & Commercial
  • Corporate Counsel
  • Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy
  • Intellectual Property & Technology
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Real Estate
  • Securities & Capital Modules

Resources:

  • Model forms that are drafted and vetted by leading attorneys currently practicing in the area of law
  • Drafting notes and Checklists
  • Alternative clauses
  • Practical guidance on carrying out a transactional matter from start to finish
  • Current awareness of emerging issues and developments
  • Relevant legal analysis, cases and codes already compiled on transactional topics
  • Secondary materials including Matthew Bender® treatises

To access Lexis Practice Advisor:

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