Your fellow law students want to hear from you. As part of the Muse Law Library’s continuing effort to engage with our student community, MuseNews will now regularly feature select student-authored posts. This new segment of the MuseNews blog will
In support of Law Student Well-Being Week, the Muse Law Library held two DIY mini-workshops on how to make your very own stress balls. The results were great, and students and faculty had a blast making their very own personalized
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.
Quimbee has disabled domain authentication as of 10/01/2021. If you’re experiencing a lapse in access, please contact Sam Cabo (email@example.com). To restore your account, you will need to join the “University of Richmond School of Law” Quimbee group via electronic
As a law student you can certainly expect to research and write a paper (or two) during the course of your tenure. Ever wondered if that hard work has the chops to be published in a law review, specialty or