If you need a break from exam prep, here’s some recent legal news and items of interest to distract you for a bit:
A Refresher Course on Inexpensive and Efficient Legal Research
Thursday, April 23 at 2:00 in room 531
Wednesday, April 29 at 10:30 in room 528
Are you graduating this semester? Will you be doing legal research at your job this summer?
If so, consider joining us on either Thursday, April 23 or Wednesday, April 29 for an hour-long workshop that will cover research tips and low-cost (or free) resources that will allow you to wow supervising attorneys with your impressive research acumen.
To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate which date you would like to attend in your response.
The JMLS library has joined a consortium of law libraries to provide access to the New York Times online. Access is now available to current students as well as full time faculty and staff.
For more information, visit the reference desk during normal reference hours in person on the 6th floor, by phone at 312-427-2737 x729, by e-mail at email@example.com, by text at 312-854-2752, or via chat from the library homepage.
We always want to do what we can to make sure your experience at the library is as pleasant and hassle-free as possible. To that end, the library has an online suggestion box that you can use to let us know what we can do, big or small, to improve your time in the library.
Are you ready? Do you think you can handle this week’s collection of legal news and miscellany? I’m sure you can. Here it is:
From the serious to the much less so, here’s this weeks collection of legal news and miscellany:
If you’re suffering from allergies at anything near the level I am, you could use a distraction. Check out last week’s legal news and items of interest:
Sustainable Development, Economics, and Religion
On Wednesday, April 8, join Prof. Paul Lewis and the Louis L. Biro Law Library for lunch and a discussion on how various forces affect the environment.
This discussion will be part of our Scholars & Students series. This series provides opportunities for you to get to know your professors in an informal setting and to learn what they are working on outside of the classroom.
Lunch will be served. To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s some legal news and miscellany to keep you company on this fine spring day:
If I may say, there is some fascinating (and outré) stuff in this week’s Detours and Frolics. Check it out: