Relaxation Days

It seems like the fall semester was just beginning and now final exams are just around the corner. So much to do! To stay relaxed and focused as you prepare for exams and write papers, be sure to join us in the Law Library for Relaxation Days . We will be offering free 10-minute massages on Tuesday, December 1 and Thursday, December 3.

The massages will be available between 10 am and 2 pm on both days. Sign up at the Public Services Desk.

Also, don’t forget about Happy Hour on Thursday. Take a break from your studies and come grab a snack! The fun starts at 3:30 pm.

Welcome to Law School from the Reference Team

Welcome to law school from the Law Library Reference Team! We look forward to seeing you in the Law Library. The Law Library is located on all three floors of the law school, with the main entrance located on the second floor.  The Reference Office, Public Services Desk, and Information Services (IS) support desk, along with most of the materials you will need as a first-year student, are located on the second floor.

We have a LawGuide that includes useful law school survival resources as well as tips for places to study and places to take a break from studying:

New Student Guide:

Some other LawGuides that you will find useful as first-year law students are:

  • Using the Law Library:  The Law Library provides services for circulation, technology support, reference assistance, and special events.  In this guide, you will find basic information on the Law Library’s policies and services:
  • How to Find Books and Articles: The classes you take at the Law School or at the Straus Institute are likely to involve writing a research paper or a similar assignment.  This guide is designed to help you find the books and articles you’ll need to complete your assignment:

Best wishes for your Law School Career!