Follow along to discover how to use one of a researcher’s most powerful tools — the research guide! What are they? Research guides are librarian-curated collections of resources organized by subject or jurisdiction. They contain primary and secondary sources (newspapers,
The Library of Congress offers millions upon millions of documents, newspapers, videos, photographs, oral histories, and just about anything else you can think of — ALL FOR FREE! To use this treasure trove of history, just visit the Library of
Stop by every Tuesday this semester anytime from noon to 1 PM for the law library’s newest program, MuseDay Tuesday! Each week we will present 3-minute mini-lessons on legal research, resources, or technology tips, and you just might win a
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.
Interested in preparing for an upcoming interview or getting to know your colleagues before your first day on the job? Want to build your network and connect with other UR Law grads? Leadership Connect can help! As a member of