HeinOnline is now available to all UMassD students, faculty and staff. It is a great addition to the Carney Library’s suite of databases and makes accessing law journals much easier! And while the Law Library has had access to HeinOnline for several years, the newly negotiated access allows law students to use the database from off-campus. This is a great example of our Carney and Law librarians working together to improve service for all UMassD students!
The Honorable Albie Sachs, a former Justice of South Africa’s Constitutional Court and a member of the African National Congress, will visit the Law School and participate in a panel discussion at UMass Dartmouth on Monday, September 26 at 6 p.m. at the Main Auditorium.
For those interested in learning more about Judge Sachs, we have a number of his books on display and available for checkout at the Law Library. Other books on the African National Congress, Nelson Mandela, and related topics are available at Carney library and in the law library. Books in the law library can be checked out there or requested at the Carney library circulation desk and sent over to be picked up.
Albie Sachs’ books at the Law Library:
The strange alchemy of life and law. Oxford . New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.
KTL 110 .S23 A3 2009
The free diary of Albie Sachs. Johannesburg, South Africa : Random House, 2004
DT1949 .S23 A3 2004
The soft vengeance of a freedom fighter; foreword by Desmond Tutu, introduction by Nancy Scheper-Hughes. Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, 2000.
KTL 110 .S23 A33 2000
Running to Maputo. 1st ed New York : HarperCollins, c1990.
DT 1949 .S23 A3 1990
Justice in South Africa. Berkeley, University of California Press .
KTL 1572 .S23 1973
The jail diary of Albie Sachs. London : Harvill Press, .
DT 763 .S17