Molly Brown… Joan Didion.. Grace Kelly.. & Sylvia Plath… were all guests at the famed Barbizon Hotel….. And the LLAGNY Book Club had its own metaphorical stay by way of its October book club discussion….Click here to read my full review of our latest Book Club meeting… where LLAGNY members discussed […]
The New York Law Institute extends its sincere congratulations to all who passed the New York State Bar Exam!Check out the results here !And, while we have your attention — as you begin your legal career, please consider joining NYLI ! Expert research assistance is only an email away — and you’ll […]
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at The New York Law Institute!
November is designated Native American Heritage Month. Celebrate by exploring Native American law sources available at NYLI !
Read in print…..
The go to resource! — Cohen’s Handbook of Federal Indian Law!
Start with a nutshell… & this one’s an eBook!
Go Deep… remote access to LLMC comes with NYLI membership….
LLMC — includes a designated Indigeneous […]
NYLI will close at 2:00PM on Wednesday November 23rd and will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 24th and 25th, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. We here at the New York Law Institute wish you a happy holiday!
It’s Midterms & so once again the American public goes to the polls to give its reps report cards…..
So maybe it’s time to get up to grade with these NYLI Election Law Resources…. Nutshells are always great starting points…
Election Law in a Nutshell…..Part of NYLI’s $15M eBook collection….
And for special guides on […]
LLAGNY’s Graphic Novel Book Group will meet via Zoom on Thursday November 17th at 12. We will discuss Marvel-verse : She-Hulk (also available at NYPL). After listening to the SuperHuman Law Division Podcast we had to read this! Please see our LibGuide for past and upcoming titles.
Please contact, Eileen Dolan at edolan@NYLI.org to be added to […]
If you were unable to join us for yesterday’s webinar in our new NYLI Skills Series, Personal Digital Archiving, you can still check out the session in this 20-minute video where you will learn the ins and outs of how to create your own personal archive including creating and executing an action plan […]
Stacy Horn, author of books varying in topics from the joy of singing in a choir to the exhaustive work of NYC’s cold case detectives, is now focusing on banking white collar crime and its devastating effect on Brooklyn neighborhoods in the 1970s….The New York Law Institute was happy to assist in her […]
Join us for another webinar in our new NYLI Skills Series which offers virtual learning opportunities for our members. In this 30-minute session participants will learn the ins and outs of how to create a personal digital archive.
What: Today more and more of our lives are becoming digital. Everything from family photographs, music files, […]