Library Loot Winner April 5th 2011

by Sarah Prosory 7. April 2011 15:16

Congratulations to Alec Caruso for winning this week's Library Loot scavenger hunt!

Be sure to check the blog next Tuesday morning for a new puzzle...

a research question!

Library Loot April 5th 2011!

by Sarah Prosory 5. April 2011 08:53

Indeed, it is Tuesday, and thus we have another Library Loot puzzle! Can you solve this scavenger hunt? Remember you must find the Golden Ticket!

Instructions: For this scavenger hunt, you need to locate the Golden Ticket that is within or near the answer. You will need to include the library location and call number on the Golden Ticket before taking the ticket to the Circulation Desk to claim your prize.

Here you go...

Where in the library can you find a resource on drafting wills and trusts in Arizona?

This puzzle has been solved!

THE FINE PRINT: Library Loot Puzzle Rules
1.    Puzzles may be completed by current Phoenix School of Law students only.
2.    All library staff members are exempt from participating.
3.    One prize will be given to the first person to complete the puzzle with the correct answer. Even if  more than one person worked towards getting the correct answer, only one prize will be given for the puzzle completed correctly.
4.    Contest rules are subject to change at any time.

Good luck!

Library Loot Winners for March 22 & 29th 2011!

by Sarah Prosory 4. April 2011 13:23

Congratulations to our latest Library Loot puzzle winners!!

Amber Pershon won on March 22nd, and Nicholas Darus won on March 29th! Amber won a Passing the Bar board game, and Nicholas won a $10 giftcard to Chipotle. Many thanks to all who played!

Will you be the next winner?

Library Loot March 29, 2011

by Sarah Prosory 29. March 2011 09:00

Happy Tuesday everyone! Here's this week's Library Loot puzzle... a crossword all about Secondary Sources! Can you solve it? Winner gets to choose one $10 gift card from the Library Loot treasure chest! :)

Instructions: For this crossword puzzle, you will need to use your legal research skills to determine the answer. Open the PDF document below to view the crossword puzzle. Please print the document and fill in the squares with the correct answers. The first person to turn in the correctly filled out crossword puzzle to the Circulation Desk is the winner.

Here you go...

Secondary Sources Crossword 3-29-11.pdf (199.69 kb)

This puzzle has been solved!

(Unable to view the PDF file above? Click here to download Adobe Reader for free!)

THE FINE PRINT: Library Loot Puzzle Rules
1.    Puzzles may be completed by current Phoenix School of Law students only.
2.    All library staff members are exempt from participating.
3.    One prize will be given to the first person to complete the puzzle with the correct answer. Even if  more than one person worked towards getting the correct answer, only one prize will be given for the puzzle completed correctly.
4.    Contest rules are subject to change at any time.

Good luck!

Library Loot March 22, 2011

by Sarah Prosory 22. March 2011 09:00

It's Tuesday, and you know what that means... another puzzle! This one is a bit more challenging... can you handle it? Please note that the instructions have changed- email the answer rather than post it in the comments. Thanks!

Instructions: For this research question, you need to use your legal research skills to determine the answer. Once you've figured it out, email your answers to library@phoenixlaw.edu. If you are found to be correct, a librarian will contact you by email. Please use your PhoenixLaw student email address so we can verify that you are a current student.

Here you go...

Library Loot Research Question 3.22.11.pdf (56.29 kb)

This puzzle has been solved!

(Unable to view the PDF file above? Click here to download Adobe Reader for free!)

 THE FINE PRINT: Library Loot Puzzle Rules
1. Puzzles may be completed by current Phoenix School of Law students only.
2. All library staff members are exempt from participating.
3. One prize will be given to the first person to complete the puzzle with the correct answer. Even if  more than one person worked towards getting the correct answer, only one prize will be given for the puzzle completed correctly.
4. Contest rules are subject to change at any time.

Good luck & have fun!

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