Are you interested in the law? Are you a paralegal student planning to enter the legal profession? Would you like to know more about how the Pennsylvania court system works?
If so, don't miss a special NCC event: "Ask the Judges," held tomorrow (Tuesday, September 1), from 7-9 p.m. in Lipkin Theatre (Kopecek Hall building, Main Campus). Panelists, all judges from the Pennsylvania Superior Court, will show a short film about the Commonwealth court system, then take questions from the audience. For more details, go to the Northampton NOW Web site.
If you are interested in finding out more about Pennsylvania law and legal procedures, check out some of these fascinating Library resources:
Westlaw Campus database: Westlaw Campus provides full-text access to a vast collection of statutes, case law material, public records and other legal resources, including the U.S. Code Annotated, federal Supreme Court decisions and Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes. For off-campus access, log in with your student I.D. number and password.
Binder on Pennsylvania Evidence
by David F. Binder
KFP 540 .A75 B5 2008 Reference, Main and Monroe
Courts and Lawyers of Pennsylvania: A History, 1623-1923
by Frank M. Eastman
F 149 .E2 Stacks (3 volumes)
Modern Real Estate Practice in Pennsylvania
by Thomas J. Bellairs
KFP 112 .B4 2008 Stacks
Pennsylvania Family Law Practice and Procedure: With Forms
by Joanne Ross Wilder
KFP 94 .W47 2008 Reference
Summary of Pennsylvania Jurisprudence, 2d.
compiled by West Publishing
KFP 65 .S86 Stacks (44 volumes)
Troubled Experiment: Crime and Justice in Pennsylvania, 1682-1800
by Jack D. Marietta
HV 6793 .P4 M37 2006 Stacks
Berring On Legal Research: Deep Principles for Researching and Understanding the Law [DVD]
produced by Thomson/West
KF 240 .B4683 2006 New Books section
It's the Law: An Inside View of the Criminal Justice System [DVD]
produced by Films for the Humanities
HV 6789 .I85 2001 Media Tower
Key Constitutional Concepts: A Conversation [DVD]
produced by the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands
KF 5130 .S9 K3 2006 Media Tower
"Lady Justice." Sculpture located in the foyer of the Judge Advocate General School at Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama. Photo taken by Scott Moorman. Flickr photo sharing site. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jsmoorman/102792866/