This guide, while not comprehensive, provides a listing of the more important, current and relevant materials available in the area of evidence. Please contact Reference Librarian, Heather Casey at (804) 289-8727, for further assistance.
This site offers proposed revisions to the Federal Rules of Evidence. These proposals, with accompanying commentary, address substantive and structural problems in the Federal Rules of Evidence with the goal of facilitating a national debate on the Rules as we approach the first quarter of a century of practice under them.
Expert Evidence Report is an online newsletter that monitors the latest federal and state news and guidance relating to admissibility of expert evidence under Frye, Federal Rule of Evidence 702, and Daubert and its progeny, including court rulings, legislative proposals, and rule reforms, in a wide range of litigation subject areas.
This blog highlights recent cases and issues involving the Federal Rules of Evidence and other topical evidence matters. Topics range from the new Attorney-Client Privilege Rule (FRE 502), electronic, Internet and expert evidence issues, Confrontation Clause, pending rule amendments, legislation, privilege issues, recent noteworthy cases and other issues, practical tips, "Supreme Court Watch" entries and more.
This database provides indexing for approximately 875 titles including major law reviews, legal newspapers, bar association journals and international legal journals. It also contains law-related articles from over 1,000 additional business and general interest titles. Users can search by topic (example - Evidence) and by subdivisions (example - Records and Correspondences) of a topic based on the articles available within the database.