Many of you knew Iantha Haight, Research Attorney and Lecturer in Law, over the last couple years. We are sorry to have to tell you that she has left Cornell to go to Wichita Falls, Texas, where her husband has a new job.

Iantha was an excellent researcher and highly skilled with technology. In fact, she is the person who created, edited, and managed this blog, The Competitive Edge, from its inception. She also created the popular new course in “Online Legal Research: Free Sources,” and was well known for teaching research in Lawyering with John Mollenkamp.

We will miss Iantha – and her little girl Vinnae, born in May. We wish their family all the best in their new life in Texas.

Have you ever shown up for class, or come to the library to do research, only to discover that you didn’t bring your laptop with you? No need to resort to taking notes by hand! The Law Library has two laptops ready to loan out should you find yourself in this predicament. The laptops may be checked out to law students for three hours at a time, for use within Myron Taylor Hall. The laptops have secure wi-fi access to the Internet and are loaded with the Microsoft Office suite of programs. The Law Library also has available for loan: headphones and earbuds (loan period three hours), a flash drive (loan period three hours), and five digital audio recorders (useful for recording lectures; loan period one week). Students must have a note from their professor in order to check out one of the recorders. Equipment can be checked out at the circulation desk in the Reading Room – just ask!

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