Presentation next Thursday at Penfield Public Library
We received a request from staff at the Penfield Public Library, looking to host a presentation by a law librarian as part of their participation in this year’s Writers & Books annual “Rochester Reads” program. Our own Betsy Vipperman and Drew Kloc will be talking about the history of the death penalty in New York there next Thursday evening, March 2, from 7:00-8:30.
They've shared some of the research they've done so far with others on staff, and we can say it promises to be a fascinating talk.
In a front-page piece today on a basic legal research tool now being offered for free to Monroe County Bar Association members, the Daily Record observes that
"[m]any solo practices and small law firms don’t have any paid legal research tools. They use the Westlaw and LexisNexis services available in the law library at the Appellate Division of state Supreme Court, Fourth Department, or the law library in the Hall of Justice."
That's right. But we feel a need to add:
Always available at the law library: a staff of dedicated reference librarians with decades of experience ready to help you compose your search, narrow your results, or find the impossible. Talk about a legal research tool you don’t have to pay for!
Hitting the shelves this week is the year's first shipment of National Business Institute upstate New York seminar manuals. You'll find these and a wide selection of manuals of interest to local practitioners in our New York Treatises area, at call number KFN 5079 N356.
Resolving Boundary Disputes in New York
Title Law in New York
Litigating Slip, Trip and Fall Cases in New York
Voir Dire and Jury Selection
Gun Law in New York
Special Education Law from A to Z
Top Elder Care Planning Strategies