You will become quite familiar with symbols in legal writing. In addition to adding words like “silcrow” to your vocabulary, you’ll learn other quirks to legal writing. To set up Word to work for your new legal writing, make the following adjustments.
Graduation from law school doesn’t mean that you lose all access to the resources you’ve grown to depend upon for the last three years. Some resources will be available for a few months and some for the rest of your life! This post explains access details for UR resources.
Is a question we are frequently asked. The answer is, as any good law school answer is, it depends. First, it depends on why you are doing your research. If you are doing research for an academic purpose – you
While the library will be undergoing renovations this summer it will be possible for 3Ls to study here. The entire second floor of the library will be available as will be the Reading Room on the first floor. The basement
Excited about your summer placement? Worried about the kind of work you will be asked to do? Well, the library has just the program for you! Beginning Monday, March 27th when all 1Ls and 2Ls log in to Blackboard they
Are you telling me with just a little bit of formatting I can automatically create Tables of Contents in my papers? And – if the document is online, each TOC item is a hyperlink to quickly navigate the paper? Yes – that’s what we’re telling you! (Pssst – works in google docs, too!)
During the week of March 13 – 17, the Law Library hosts its annual programming for Sunshine Week, the national celebration of freedom of information and transparency in government. This year, the Library will host several speakers, a Sunshine-themed Lexis