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April 16, 2014 8:21 PM
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April 3, 2014 1:20 PM
Retired Supreme Court Justice Stevens was interviewed by the New York Times Sunday Book Review. We recommend you check out this short but interesting piece...
March 12, 2013 9:25 AM
The Law Library has added some new titles to the collection. To see a list of new titles for March 9, 2013 click here.
12 Angry Men
Courtroom drama revolving around the trial of a boy accused of killing his father, where one man stands between him and capital punishment
Reservation Road
Two fathers are forced to live with the same tragedy in two very different ways after an incident that involves them both on the same road.
The Story of Qiu Ju
In a small Chinese village a farmer (Qing Lai) and his chief quarrel over land. When Qing Lai is injured by the chief, who kicks him in the groin, Qing's wife Qiu Ju begins a quixotic odyssey that takes her from her small village to the provincial capital. She is relentless in her one-woman crusade to wreak a simple justice from the proud Chief ... she wants him to apologize.

About the selected new books

The books displayed in the carousels link to Amazon. If you would like reviews of the books, you can click on a book and read additional information about the book at the Amazon.com website. Every book in the carousel is part of the Creighton Law Library collection. To check availability and for shelf locations, use the library catalog.  If you have any questions about locating the books, feel free to ask a reference librarian.