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1) Exam changes: October 4th, 2014, the Patent Bar Exam will change (again). No exams will be scheduled between September 29, 2014 and October 4, 2014.
Summer is fast approaching and we’d like you all to be prepared for your summer work experience. Please join us for the 3rd annual Legal Research Boot Camp
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If you are a Lexis user, you will enjoy all these new improvements just released. If you are a Westlaw user, consider giving Lexis a second chance. In law school, you should use both since you don't know which you will face when you graduate. From Lexis:
Improved Source Selection: