Arizona Bar Exam Guide

by Lidia Koelbel 10. May 2013 08:29

The PhoenixLaw Library recently published a Guide containing very helpful information on the requirements to acquire a license to practice law in Arizona right after law school.  Access it by clicking here or going to:  http://researchguides.phoenixlaw.edu/AZbarinfo

The Guide has links to the rules that govern Arizona's licensing requirements as well as links to forms, practice questions, and study aids available in the Library to help you prepare for the Uniform Bar Exam.

Further, the Guide explains the Character and Fitness process and the required Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam.  There is also a list with links to email addresses for the Academic Success Department and a description of the Department's myBar Program.

It is never too early to look into what lies ahead after law school.  The better informed you are, the better equipped you will be to handle what can be a very daunting process. 

MBE subjects for the 200 multiple choice question part of the bar exam

2013 Faculty Scholarship Reception

by Lidia Koelbel 6. May 2013 13:17

Last week, the PhoenixLaw Library held an event headed by its own Faculty and Interlibrary Services Coordinator, Timothy Saffles.  The Annual Faculty Scholarship Reception is a celebration of the scholarly publications produced by PhoenixLaw's faculty.

Professor Laura Dooley was the Keynote Speaker.  The reception culminated in awards for faculty who excelled in the eyes of their peers.  Recipients were Professors Ilya Iussa, Francine Banner, Riaz Tejani, and McKay Cunningham.  Professor Susan Daicoff received the Lifetime Scholary Achievement Award.The faculty was pleased with the event.

Professor Keith Swisher was thankful to the Library and presented Mr. Saffles with a gift of gratitude for putting together such a notable event.

 

Guests enjoying the event.

 

 Guests enjoying the event.

 

Interim Director Christy Ryan's introductory remarks.  Mr. Saffles' award.

 

Catering by Alexis.

Beautiful display created by Ms. Sarah Hicks.

May's New Arrivals!

by Lynn 3. May 2013 11:23

 

 New Arrivals!

at the Library

 

 

The Library has added new books, ebooks, and DVDs to the collection this month.  Visit us online or in person to browse the shelves and see what else we have to offer. You'll never know what you might find!

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Flashcards Conveniently Available Electronically

by Lidia Koelbel 3. May 2013 08:00

In a valuable new development, West is making flashcards available electronically to PhoenixLaw students through the Library-funded Study Aid subscription.

Log in to Westlaw with your Library-issued username and password and follow the instrucrtions below:

 

 

 

 

Here Is An Opportunity to Publish Your AWR or Write a Paper for Publication

by Yvette Brown 2. May 2013 18:15

Unlock your creative and artistic juices!  The West Virginia University Festival of Ideas in conjunction with the West Virginia University College of Law invites law students to submit abstracts for a student poster session.   The conference is titled "Business and Human Rights: Moving Forward, Looking Back." 

This is a unique opportunity to present and display your AWR thesis and conclusion succinctly and creatively on a large poster board.  Usually, conference poster sessions are held in a conference room or exhibit hall.  The posters are displayed and attendees browse the various poster displays.  The session enables scholars to showcase their research and answer questions about their work. 

The top three poster winners will present in a special session and will be invited to convert their posters into papers for potential publication.  Last but definitely not least, the first, second, and third place poster winners will receive a monetary prize.

For more information and deadlines, please consult: "Business and Human Rights: Moving Forward, Looking Back: Call for Papers." 

If you have any questions regarding this conference or this call for papers, please e-mail: dblanke4@mix.wvu.edu.

Important Dates:

Paper Submission Deadline: June 1, 2013

Notification of Acceptance of a Paper: June 30, 2013

Poster Submission Deadline: August 15, 2013

Conference Dates: September 23 – 24, 2013

Creating a Poster Tips:

http://www.personal.psu.edu/drs18/postershow/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqgjgwIXadA (how to video)

http://writingcenter.tamu.edu/2009/types-communication/academic-writing/research-posters/

http://www.writing.engr.psu.edu/posters.html  (free poster templates)

 

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