24. February 2012 11:33
Legal citation is the focus this week, as the Law Library presents The Bluebook Basics workshop! This workshop is designed for all students and will help you better understand how The Bluebook is organized so that you can properly cite cases and statutes, use parentheticals, and Id.
This week the Law Library is offering Bluebooking workshops on three separate occasions. **Snacks will be provided!**
- Tuesday, February 28, 2012 - 12:00-12:50 pm - Classroom #1721*
- Wednesday, February 29, 2012 - 12:00-12:50 pm - Classroom #1721*
- Wednesday, February 29, 2012 - 5:00-5:50pm - Classroom #1721*
*Please note that these are recent room changes.
Can't make it this week? The Law Library will be offering workshops on many different topics throughout the semester. Take a look at our library workshops page to view a list of descriptions and a link to the workshop calendar.
7. November 2011 17:23
The Green Bag has posted its nominees for Exemplary Legal Writing for 2011.
During November and early December, the luminaries and sages on our board of advisers will select ... those works that should appear in the 2012 Almanac & Reader as exemplars of good legal writing from the year just passed.
We have all but three of the nominated books, and those three are on order. Highly recommended.
28. October 2011 16:30
Are you writing an AWR? Are you having trouble finding everything you need in Westlaw and Lexis? By now, you have probably already exhausted Westlaw and Lexis in your AWR research.
Come to this workshop to learn about all of the other sources that are available through the library website. Bring your questions! Half of this fifty minute workshop will be a demonstration of research databases, and the other half devoted to answering your specific questions!
See you Friday, November 11th from 12:00 – 12:50pm in the law library computer lab.
22. September 2011 13:37
The Bluebook workshops next week start at 7:45pm. Sorry.
22. September 2011 12:55
Reminder: We are re-running our Bluebook workshop on Monday, Sep. 26, and Wednesday, Sep. 28, at 7:15pm in Room 1821. Be there or be lost.