As of May 15, 2013 I have added Washington and Lee University School of Law Library Research Guides and Yale University Law School Law Library Research Guides. Washington and Lee University has an interesting guide on Student Web Presence Guide. As of May 14, 2013 I have added Tulane University School of Law Library LibGuides, Valparaiso University School of Law Library LibGuides, and the University of Virginia School of Law Library Research Guides. As of May 13, 2013 I have added the Univesity of Texas School of Law Library, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law Library, and Touro College Law Center Law Library. The University of Texas has a number of interesting guide: All about RSS, Aztec and Maya Law, PDF Guide: Finding materials in PDF, Drafting of the U.S. Consitution and Bill of Rights, and Oral Histories at Texas. Texas Wesleyan has good guide for law faculty on ordering review copies of casebook. Touro has a library guide on social media use for attonreys. As of May 10, 2013 I have added Southern Illinois University School of Law Library and Stanford Law School Library. As of May 9, 2013 I have added the University of St. Thomas School of Law Library in Minnesota, the University of South Carolina School of Law Library, the University of South Dakota School of Law Library, and the University of Southern California School of Law Library. St. Thomas has several interesting guides two on bioethics one from a Catholic point of view and one on alternatives to textbooks. South Carolina has materials to use to teach non-law librarians about legal research. South Dakota has a guide to American Bar accreditation of law schools, antitrust and competition in agricultural markets, and one on veteran benefits research. As of May 8, 2013 I have added Pepperdine University School of Law, Quinnipiac University School of Law Library, St. John's University School of Law Library Research Guides, and updated St. Thomas University (Florida) School of Law Library Research Guides and the University of San Francisco School of Law Library Rsearch Guides. Pepperdine has a combination of older pdf guides and the newer LibGuides. Pepperdine has a combination of four guides on arbitration law; one on global justice with material on Rwanda, Uganda, and Ghana; and Entrepreneurship & Small Business Research. The University of San Francisco has a guide to basic sources to be cited to by law reviews. To see the newest schools look at the home page newest resources and click on lower right hand corner link to the next five resources to see them all. Law Scout allows use of a very sophisticated search engine/database to provide subject access to all the pathfinders and guides of about 140 law schools and other institutions. All the pathfinder and guides are listed and can be searched by their names. Search Resources through the search box allows searching of all words in the records. Advance Search allows the use of field searching. Each pathfinder title is listed under the description field so search for pathfinders using the description field. You only need to register at the web site if you wish to save searches for later use. From The University of Akron, School of Law Library.