28. February 2011 14:24
Have you ever wondered what new books are in the library? Well now you can find out by checking the “New Arrivals” display. The display is located between the circulation desk and the Academic Success collection. It contains the book jackets to the most of books that have arrived recently. Once you locate a title that interests you head over to the catalog to get the location and call number. From there you can grab the book and make a quick trip to the circulation desk to check it out. Happy Reading!
28. February 2011 11:13
Can you believe it is already March?!
Join us this week to brush up your Bluebooking skills, and learn the best approaches for Arizona Legal Research! Also, come get some popcorn on Wednesday in the Loft!
All workshops are in the Computer Lab in the Law Library & last approx. an hour. Click on the links below to RSVP, or just show up!
Monday, February 28th:
Tuesday, March 1st:
Wednesday, March 2nd:
Thursday, March 3rd:
Friday, March 4th:
Please visit our workshop calendar to RSVP at http://www.phoenixlaw.edu/librarycalendar. For descriptions of these workshops and others, visit http://www.phoenixlaw.edu/libraryworkshops.
Questions? Call (602) 682-6898 or email.
We hope to see you there!!
27. February 2011 19:59
Does this beach look relaxing? With one more week of class before Spring Break, why not consider a getaway!
Check out the U.S. News & World Report list of Best Cheap Spring Break Destinations. Alternatively, take a trip up north in our own great state and visit the Grand Canyon.
No matter what you do, though, leave those books at home and take a mental break from school. Enjoy your family, friends, or just a little rest and relaxation!
Picture Source: www.morguefile.com
25. February 2011 11:25
Hi all! Happy Friday!
The Law Library would like your feedback on two databases we have on a trial period from BNA: the Internet Law Resource Center and the Telecommunications Law Resource Center. We only have these on trial for 15 days beginning today, so be sure to test them out soon!
The Internet Law Resource Center covers major topics such as: consumer protection laws, copyright and trademark issues, cryptography, database protection, electronic signatures, domain name disputes, network security, online marketing, privacy, taxation, internet governance, and more!
The Telecommunications Law Resource Center covers major topics such as: broadcasting, wireless communications, cable TV, broadband regulation, retransmission consent, media ownership, satellite services, net neutrality, and more!
Please visit the Law Library's Database Trial Subscriptions wiki to access the trials. You will need to log-in to Juristec to view the wiki (only faculty, staff, and students of PSL can access this).
Thanks! Have a great weekend!