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Stanford Law Library

Archive-It Partner Since: Dec, 2015

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

Organization URL: https://law.stanford.edu/robert-crown-law-library/   

Description:

Robert Crown Law Library is the legal research center of Stanford University.

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Barbara van Schewick Open Letter Open Internet in Europe

Archived since: Jul, 2016

Description:

This is a single page capture of an open letter to European citizens, lawmakers and regulators, from founder and Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Professor Barbara van Schewick, and Professor Larry Lessig regarding Net Neutrality.

Subject:   Computers & Technology Government Blogs & Social Media Net Neutrality

Dress Codes

Archived since: Apr, 2016

Description:

A collection of sites about dress codes

Subject:   Society & Culture Arts & Humanities

Legal Research Plus

Archived since: Mar, 2016

Description:

Legal Research Plus is a blog created and managed by the instructors that teach Advanced Legal Research at Stanford Law School since the fall of 2005.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Computers & Technology Universities & Libraries

New Student Orientation, 2019-

Archived since: Aug, 2019

No description.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries

Robert Crown Law Library’s Website

Archived since: Aug, 2019

Description:

This collections consist of web crawls capturing the Robert Crown Law Library. The Robert Crown Law Library is the legal research center of Stanford University. The library’s website has relevant information regarding access, research support, and outlines services available. The website is arranged as produced. There is an bi-annual collection of the official Robert Crown Law Library’s website.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries

Stanford Law School Bulletin Websites

Archived since: Aug, 2019

Description:

Add This series consist of the web crawls of Stanford University Bulletin’s webpages for the Stanford Law School. Starting in 2000, Stanford University would produce an electronic version of the previous analogue publication of the Bulletin. The Stanford Law School Bulletins contains information but not limited to course lists, course descriptions, last name of lecturers, and faculty listing. Accretion are accrued annually.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs

Stanford Law School Faculties' Curriculum Vitae

Archived since: Aug, 2019

Description:

This Collection consist of websites related to the Faculty and teaching staff for Stanford Law School.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Faculty

Stanford Law School Student Organizations

Archived since: Aug, 2019

Description:

Stanford Law School has an active student life with a host of varied student run organizations and journals. This collection captures the various different student organizations’ webpage. All student groups fall under the jurisdiction of the Office of Student Affairs. Depending on the student organization, receive some financial support from Office of Student. For a Student Organization to be officially recognized and access to some of that funding, all student group must applied. The requirements are that a new student organization must not overlap with an already existing group, to have at least 12 members, and a written proposal that outlines their mission, group actives, and proposed budget. Any student organization must meet the requirements and limitations outlined in the Handbook for Student Organizations. After gaining written approval from the Office of Student Affairs. The nascent student organization is then able to elect their executive board, which allows the group to start organizing and hosting events, speakers, and programs at Stanford Law School. This collection is organized by student organization in alphabetical order.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Arts & Humanities

Stanford Law School's Program and Centers Website

Archived since: Sep, 2019

Description:

This collection consist of websites of Stanford Law School’s Program and Centers pages. These website explain legal scholarship focus available for students to study. Each has different focuses and course of studies and project that are led by Faculty. This collection accrues new material biannually.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Educational law and legislation Legal Education

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