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October 2, 2020

October 2020 WSLL @ Your Service

The October issue of WSLL @ Your Service is now online. Please send comments to the editor, Carol Hassler.

In this issue:

New Collections in HeinOnline
HeinOnline is a database best known for full text journals, but as its collections increase we use it for a much wider variety of research. Learn what’s new in HeinOnline! Read more

New Books
Our two new titles this month are Undue Influence and Vulnerable Adults and Disability Law for Property, Land Use and Zoning Lawyers. Our new book list includes books on everything from business law to trial practice. Read more

Tech Tip
After six months of Zoom meetings, it's not surprising that a growing number of apps have sprung up to enhance the Zoom experience. Learn more about the Zoom app marketplace. Read more

Library News
Read about updates to our sidewalk services, and upcoming classes. Read more

October Snapshot
In September a pipe burst in the David T. Prosser Jr. Library, sending water through a few areas of our second floor. This month’s snapshot provides a quick glimpse of that day. Read more

August 3, 2020

August 2020 WSLL @ Your Service

The August issue of WSLL @ Your Service is now online. Please send comments to the editor, Carol Hassler


In this issue: 

We're pleased to provide sidewalk pickup service to our users! Use this service to borrow and return materials. Read more

New Federal Court Records Search
PACER is the federal court system's website for filing and searching federal district, bankruptcy, and appellate court cases. The redesigned website features updated account access, a new, more accessible design, and helpful research tips. Read more

New Books
Our two featured titles this month are Commercial Real Estate Transactions in Wisconsin and Family Law Casenotes & Quotes. Our new book list is also available. Read more

State Law Library Art Tour (Part Two)
During this time of social distancing we connected the artwork in the library to the gravesites of prominent figures of law, and Wisconsin and Madison history. This month we feature Jared Comstock Gregory and Burr Jones. Read more

Library News
Get updates about our fall classes, and library outreach. Read more

August Snapshot
Cicadas are everywhere these days! Read more

July 13, 2020

July Webinars

While our in-person classes are on hiatus, we'll continue to provide you with opportunities to learn online. watch our classes page for new opportunities. 

Statutes and Legislative History
Tuesday, July 14, 10:00-11:00 a.m. Register for this class
Thursday, July 30, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Register for this class

Learn how to conduct legislative history research on Westlaw. In the first part of this class you will learn how to research the legislative history for a specific act. We will discuss where the act is codified, and how to find legislative history for the act. In the second part of this class we will find the legislative history for a specific statute. Plus we will see how to find links to other documents on Westlaw that cite to your statute including cases, secondary sources, regulations, and administrative decisions. 1 CLE credit pending

Drafting Assistant Essentials
Monday, July 27, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Register for this class

This training will cover how to access and use the litigation and transactions tools available in Drafting Assistant. 1 CLE credit pending

July 2, 2020

Sidewalk Pickup Now Available

We’re pleased to provide sidewalk pickup service to our users!

Use our library catalog to locate the items you would like to check out. Fill out our Borrow Materials form, email wsll.ref@wicourts.gov, or call us at 608-267-9696 to place your request. A librarian will schedule a pickup time for you outside of the library entrance on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Please allow yourself enough time to park and walk to the library entrance. Pickups will be under the overhang next to the glass entrance doors.

Entrance to the library
We take the health and safety of our staff and users very seriously. Before we pull your materials, staff will wear a mask and sanitize their hands. Your items will be placed in a sealed bag or box and labeled with your name and the due date of your items. Return information will be included on the package as well.

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