The Law Library offers several programs throughout the year to help students both enhance their research skills and relax.
The Library Abridged table series takes place every Spring semester. During the series, the librarians provide live demonstrations and informational handouts on a topic, along with free coffee and hot tea.
Find out more about Library Abridged
The Library Rewards program allows students earn points when they attend library related events or complete other library related activities. Students can save up their points and then cash them in for law library branded paraphernalia, printing, or study rooms.
Find out more about the Library Rewards program
The Personal Librarian program pairs students with a law librarian. A student’s “personal librarian” is someone they can talk to about research assignments, Legal Bibliography, and law school. The law librarian will also send out periodic updates on events and library related issues.
Find out more about the Personal Librarian Program
The Law Library Student Advisory Council provides students with the chance to have a formal voice in library decisions. Elected council members meet twice a semester to provide feedback and suggestions on library services.
Find out more about the Student Advisory Council