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  • From the Collection: Massachusetts Evidence Resources

    Unlike the Federal Courts, Massachusetts does not have “Rules of Evidence” – there is no set of codified rules that have been adopted by the legislature and the courts. Instead, the admission of facts is governed by the common law. Luckily for practitioners, there are a number of resources in our collection that provide solid overviews of Massachusetts evidentiary law. Read Full Article
  • Massachusetts Administrative Law

    Finding agency decisions, current and historical copies of regulations, and treatises on administrative law can be difficult. That’s why we’ve put together a Research Guide on Massachusetts administrative law... Read Full Article
  • Advanced Labor Law Seminar

    Join us on 2/26 with Jeffrey L. Hirsch, Esq. Author of Labor and Employment Law in Massachusetts and Partner at Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP for the Seventh Annual Advanced Labor Law Seminar . . . Read Full Article
  • Employment Law Fundamentals - Get Smart or Get Sued ®

    Designed for experienced business lawyers and new practitioners unfamiliar with the fundamentals of employment law, this program will address a broad spectrum of legal and practical issues related to employment relationships and the workplace. This is a developing and frequently changing area of the law. Don’t get left behind. Our fast-paced presentation will bring you up to date and help keep you and your clients out of trouble. Read Full Article
  • *New service! Legal periodical alerts

    Library members can now get access to the table of contents from over 200 legal journals in Social Law’s print collection. Every time a new issue is published we send you an alert along with the front matter from the latest issue. . . Read Full Article

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