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  • SJC Rules for Suffolk DA’s Discretion

    ​On Monday Associate Justice Frank Gaziano ruled that a Boston Municipal Court judge had no authority to overrule the Suffolk District Attorney’s decision not to prosecute some of the counter demonstrators arrested at the recent Straight Pride Parade in Boston. Read Full Article
  • Introducing LLMC Digital

    All Social Law Library members now have access anytime, anywhere to LLMC Digital, a database that contains a wealth of important sources for legal researchers. LLMC’s collections include court decisions, legislative and administrative agency materials for federal, state and foreign jurisdictions. Read Full Article
  • Service Members, Veterans and the Law

    On September 16, 1940, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Selective Training and Service Act, establishing the first peacetime military draft in American history. Since then millions of men and women have served in the armed forces and many have had to deal with legal issues related to their service. Read Full Article
  • Expanded Access to ABA Periodicals For Social Law Members

    ​Social Law Library members now have up-to-date, full-text access to a huge range of American Bar Association law journals and newsletters. The Hein Online ABA Law Library Collection Periodicals database is now available for in-Library use. Included in this collection are such familiar publications as “The Business Lawyer,” “Litigation,” and Probate and Property.” Read Full Article
  • Airbnb & Hub Settle Suit

    ​Airbnb and the City of Boston have settled the lawsuit that the company brought challenging the new ordinance that regulates short-term rentals. Here are links to the ordinance, the City’s Short Term Rental Guide and the Boston Globe story. Read Full Article

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