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About Emily Moog

Emily Moog is a Research Librarian at The New York Law Institute. Her career started as a page at The New York Public Library and she has worked for more than two decades as a law librarian in NYC, working at Cleary Gottlieb, Paul Weiss, and most recently at Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP. Emily served on the LLAGNY Board, and is a frequent contributor to its newsletter, “Law Lines”. Emily's interest include legal research, New York City history and anything a little obscure!

Analog City: NYC B.C. (Before Computers) @ MCNY !

What’s Superman going to do? Like the 1940s women pictured in the above image , superheroes and ordinary New Yorkers once had no shortages of booths that gave privacy to both conversation and caped crusader transformations. But last month, an era came to an end when the city removed its last […]

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“Free Pacer” — Part II

While Congress made a bipartisan move to advance the Open Courts Act of 2021 (S. 2614) back in December, its only subsequent action was to place it on the Senate Legislative Calendar. But is the Judiciary endorsing a “Free Pacer” of sorts?In a recently released report, the U.S. Judiciary Committee endorsed making PACER […]

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It’s the end of 2nd Q… & maybe the fiscal year, so check out NYLI’s latest Corporate LibGuide before June ends!

June 30th… first few weeks into Summer, but for the corporate world, it’s the end of the 2nd Quarter, and for many, the end of the fiscal year….So, before you make your way to the beach or barbecue… check out NYLI’s latest LibGuide on Corporate & Securities Research….You’ll find links to all 50 States’ […]

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Learn Legal Research with LC ! U.S. Federal Statutes!

Get an overview of U.S. statutory and legislative research, including information about how to find and use the U.S. Code, the U.S. Statutes at Large, and U.S. federal bills and resolutions…. from none other than our expert colleagues at the Library of Congress….

Register by clicking here for this June 9th webinar!

Tax Reform […]

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Preserving Internet Content — LC Webinar

On May 23rd, join our Library of Congress colleagues and learn all about Preserving Internet Content for Research Use!

 The panel of library subject experts, researchers and historians will discuss the value of web archiving and potential uses for content collected and preserved by cultural heritage institutions.

Register for this intriguing May 23rd […]

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Salary range required in NYC job posting…starting 5/15/22

On January 15th, NYC enacted a law “prohibiting employers from posting job listings without minimum and maximum salary”. Check out the New York City Commission on Human Rights (NYCCHR) Salary Transparency Fact Sheet linked here for quick guidance on these new rules.

NYC joins California, Colorado, Connecticut, Maryland, Nevada, Rhode Island […]

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2022 Summer Associate Training LibGuide has arrived !

Summer starts early in the Law Firm world! It’s May, a month whose name implies possibilities, and your Summer Associates are expecting the world from their experience at the firm. Look over our 2022 Summer Associate Training LibGuide and get up to speed on using gamification, teaching virtually, […]

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ABA may eliminate Standard 503, which requires standardized tests for Law School Admission

The American Bar Association is considering eliminating Standard 503, which requires law schools to use standardized tests as part of their admission process. In an April 25th memo, the ABA recommends “…making the use of an admission test by law schools optional”.The ABA Section of Legal Education and Admission will meet […]

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Latest Nutshells @ NYLI.. including Social Media Law!

For the novice lawyer — or long-time practitioner getting up to speed on a new aspect of law — there is no better starting point that West’s Nutshells!

NYLI now has the latest editions of these — Click on for full description!!Employment Law in a Nutshell, 5th editionEnergy Law in a Nutshell, 4th editionFamily […]

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Ab Fab! & East End & Dr. Who Too! BBC sets for Zoom!

Time to add a little BBC to your Zoom ! BBC is providing over 100 sets to have as your ZOOM background…. everything from Absolutely Fabulous to Dr. Who. …. Feeling historical, well there’s a Black Adder set for you! Want to go a little 1970s retail — be your own […]

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