10. January 2013 09:42
Do you need to sharpen your Westlaw, Lexis, or FastCase skills? Each of these databases has a variety of training options. Here are some highlights:
Earn a WestlawNext certification that you can put on your resume by going here and logging in with your One Pass information. WestlawNext certifications are available in two different subject areas, Research More Efficiently and Research More Productively. Earning a certificate requires completing lessons online and earning at least a 70% on an accompanying quiz.
If you would rather watch a video to learn more about researching, visit the Lexis YouTube channel.
If you are planning to become a member of the State Bar of Arizona, a benefit of membership includes access to FastCase. Show future employers that you took the initiative to become proficient in FastCase by completing training like webinars and tutorials.
Of course, PhoenixLaw students can always get one-on-one training from a librarian including at the Legal Research Helpdesk, by phone, email, appointment, or chat!
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3. January 2013 08:43
Are you writing a paper to satisfy your AWR requirement? Need a little extra help finding a topic and/or locating supporting materials?
Attend the Major Papers Workshop next Tuesday, January 8th 2013 from 3:50 – 4:30PM in classroom 1815 and learn how Lexis can help you locate a topic and find supporting secondary materials, new sources, statutes, and bills.
Pizza will be served! RSVP here to reserve your spot.
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11. December 2012 13:37
While the law library does have many study aid options for you to use, we want to highlight one more, which you may have used for a class already... CALI!
Check out the lists of lessons they have. Take the lessons as many times as you need to!
And once you're done with finals, you can use CALI to get a head start on your upcoming classes for Spring!
If you need to register for CALI, please see our YouTube video for instructions.
Click here for access to the student CALI authorization code (you'll need to log-in to Juristec to view it).
Good luck with finals!
17. September 2012 14:48
We the people, in order to form a more perfect union...
On this day, September 17th, in 1787 (225 years ago!) the United States Constitution was finalized and signed. Here are some great websites to browse for more info:
Any other websites you found useful for celebrating Constitution Day? Share with us in the comments below!
12. September 2012 09:26
Come by the library today or tomorrow and partake in every law student's two favorite words, "free stuff!"
All current PSL students are invited to the library open house today (9/12) or tomorrow (9/13) anytime from noon to 7pm.
Come by and meet the library staff, find out what your library has to offer and most importantly get free stuff (ice cream and popcorn and "lawyerly" photos).