Yearly Archives: 2012

Happy Holidays!

The library will be closed for Winter Break from Saturday, December 22 through Tuesday, January 1. We will reopen on Wednesday, January 2, but we will be on intersession hours: Wed.–Fri.| 9 am–5 pm Reference | 9 am–5 pm Saturday – Sunday | 9 am–5 pm No Reference We will be on J-Term Hours starting January 7. For more info, …

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Weather!

This seems as good a day as any to remind you of the school’s weather-related campus closings procedure. If you have not already done so, you should sign up for Mitchell’s e2Campus system, which will text and/or email you in the event of a school closing. Additionally, such notices will be posted on the College …

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Advanced Legal Research

Need 2 credits? Looking for advanced research skills? Want to get ahead for your internship, externship, job? Register for Advanced Legal Research (course number 4612)! This seminar offers focused instruction on legal research tools and methods. Students practice research techniques, and develop strategies to approach legal topics previously unfamiliar to them. Classes feature lectures, hands-on exercises, online …

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Tech Petting Zoo in the Library!

Students, Faculty, and Staff: Interested in purchasing a tablet but don’t know if Apple or Google is the way to go? Have a tablet but don’t know how/whether to use it in law school? Flummoxed by the page-numbering requirements for your Advocacy briefs? Questioning if you’re using the right browser for you? Curious about the new exam software? Wondering about the latest …

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Advocacy Students!

Need a few research tips? Take advantage of a research refresher. Starting this weekend (right before your first writing class) there are Lexis Advance, WestlawNext, Bloomberg Law and library sessions designed with you in mind! Check the Lexis training calendar, the Westlaw training calendar and the library blog (that’s right here!) for dates and times. …

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Resources for getting published and finding article topics

Stumped in coming up with a topic for a journal article or long paper? Wondering about how to get published? I’ve been collecting links of tips on where to find law review article ideas for a while: I bookmark them in Delicious, here (you don’t need a Delicious account to access the links). Some of the links in …

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