2. April 2013 12:45
"Law and the Movies" is the library's new and improved movie collection.
The collection is located on the east side of the library and is organized alphabetically by title. The collection is comprised of movies that have some relation to the law and cover a wide range of genres.
Up to 5 items can be checked out at one time and kept for 7 days with no renewals.
So if you have some down time and want to take a breather, checkout one of our over 400 DVDs to enjoy!
Also, if you have any suggestions on how we can improve our DVD collection please leave us a suggestion in the box located in the middle of of the DVD collection or online here: http://www.phoenixlaw.edu/librarysuggestions
22. June 2012 10:34
After working so hard students deserve to sit back, relax and enjoy a book unrelated to law. Well, mostly unrelated to law. Check out the Library's summer book displays!
Fun in the Sun:
and, okay, perhaps there should be some learning during the summer.
Behold, the History Book Display:
6. September 2011 21:19
The Law Library has taken down the popular Feminism Book Display that was up for most of the summer. In its place we now have the Animal Law Display. Check out an image of the display below:
Generally, the Library has three displays at any given time. The second display is the Banned Books Display.
Lastly, the Library has a display entitled New Arrivals. This display features the artwork for the newest arrivals. Actual books are found in the general collection. You can find the call number for the book you are interested in reading by searching the Library catalog on the PhoenixLaw website. Use the catalog enough times and you will become an expert at deciphering the set up of the Library of Congress Cataloguing system.
6. September 2011 07:48
What’s new in the Law Library? New Arrivals-- of course!
Each month you can find a list of books and DVD's that have been added to the Law Library’s collection by going to the library's homepage. Next, click on Library Services in the orange toolbar, and then New Arrivals in the box. There you have it!
My Picks for September—
The Hellhound of Wall Street : How Ferdinand Pecora's Investigation of the Great Crash Forever Changed American Finance / by Michael Perino. HB3717 1929 .P47 2010
Ghost in the Wires : My Adventures as the World's Most Wanted Hacker / by Kevin Mitnick.
HV 6772 .M58 A3 2011
Acting Skills for Lawyers / by Laura Mathis. KF8915 .M374 2011
Harris & Ewing. Watchdog of senate folding room has 'crop control' of own. 38. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress. Web. 02 Sept. 2011.