November 14, 2017

October 27, 2017

New this month

These books came in this week & will be hitting our shelves shortly. Please check our new book list regularly for more!

Pet Law and Custody: Establishing a Worthy and Equitable Jurisprudence for the Evolving Family
Local Government, Land Use, and the First Amendment: Protecting Free Speech and Expression
Grit, the Secret to Advancement: Stories of Successful Women Lawyers
Nonprofit Law: A Practical Guide to Legal Issues for Nonprofit Organizations
A Practitioner's Guide to Class Actions, 2nd Ed.
Handbook on Global Social Media Law for Business Lawyers
An Estate Planner's Guide to Buy-Sell Agreements for the Closely Held Business, 3rd Ed.
State and Local Construction Projects: An Attorney's Handbook
Unbundled Legal Services: A Family Lawyer's Guide
Internal Corporate Investigations, 4th Ed.
Cybersecurity for the Home and Office: The Lawyer's Guide to Taking Charge of Your Own Information Security

October 23, 2017

Parking Advisory

We have been advised by the City of Rochester that from Tuesday to Friday of this week (October 24 through 27), there will be paving on Main Street between the Inner Loop and Franklin Street/East Avenue (by the Liberty Pole), and therefore street parking will not be allowed on that section of Main Street between 6:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on those days.

October 17, 2017

CLE on Pro Bono Ethics: The Risks of Technology

September 27, 2017

Legal Fact Check

The American Bar Association is providing something of a public service with its new Legal Fact Check website, which debuted in mid-August with the goal of helping "the public find dependable answers to swirling and sometimes confusing" legal issues in the news. Topics covered so far include hate speech, pardons, and forced evacuations.

This week's post? You guessed it: can individuals be forced to participate in the national anthem?

September 6, 2017

Moments we savor

Today, the library received a request from a court attorney in New York County (Manhattan). The attorney was seeking a New York Court of Appeals record & brief from 1931. We own a copy of it on microfiche, and were able to scan and deliver the document via email within an hour of receiving the request. The attorney was thrilled — she said she could not locate the document anywhere else.

We frequently get such requests from across the state (and beyond). We're thrilled when we can provide the document or information people have had difficulty tracking down.

N.B.: The library owns Records & Briefs for all four Appellate Division Departments and the Court of Appeals!

August 24, 2017

Labor Day

We will be closed Monday, September 4th for Labor Day. Have a safe and happy holiday.

Thanks to the co-worker who shared this summer vacation photo with us.