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Google launches “Talk to Books” semantic-search tool

Ask Google’s new semantic-search tool “Talk to Books” a question and the tool will return a list of books that include information on that specific question. How? An AI-powered tool will scan every sentence in 100,000 volumes in Google Books … Continue reading

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March 2018 New Books

In March 2018, the Law Library added the following new titles to the collection to support the research and curricular needs of our faculty and students. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE Radley Balko and Tucker Carrington, The Cadaver King and the … Continue reading

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Tenth Anniversary of the Rare Books Blog

The Yale Law Library Rare Books Blog marks its tenth anniversary this week. The first post was on a presentation to Professor James Whitman’s “Western Legal Traditions” class. Read more detail on Recent Law Librarian posts –

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Law Books Can Be Beautiful (a long time ago, sadly)

The Yale Law Library Rare Books Blog post, Law Books Bright and Beautiful, links to their Flickr photo display. Hat tip to the Justia Law Librarian Blawg Search round-up. Read more detail on Recent Law Librarian posts –

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Books to Read If You’re Thinking about an International Adoption

As you get excited about adoption, it's important to get informed. Unfortunately, most books, podcasts, and other resources focus on domestic adoption. Looking for targeted information on the international process and its aftermath? Add these books to your reading list: … Continue reading

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