Law Library Computer Lab Assistants!

Posted by Library Blog on 10/16/2008 at 12:00 AM

The Law Library employs students to assist with computer-related problems.  They can answer basic questions about wordprocessing, email, electronic databases, and Internet.  They can assist with printing problems in the computer labs.  Look for the photo at the Circulation Desk indicating the Computer Lab Assistant who is on duty.  In order to better acquaint you with our Computer Lab Assistant, here is a brief bio about each one!

72 Hours in DC

Posted by Hala Furst on 10/13/2008 at 12:00 AM

I just returned from Washington DC and the Equal Justice Works Career Fair and Conference. DC is great. Whether you spend time in hip Adams Morgan, gentrified Georgetown, up on the Hill or at Dupont Circle, there is always something going on. It is a young city, with very few lifers. People come from all walks of life to work with, against, or beside the federal government, and it makes for an amazing mix of cultures. Not many are really from DC, but the steadfast few that are wear their city pride like a tattoo.

Law Library Database Expo!

Posted by Library Blog on 10/08/2008 at 12:00 AM

Ever wonder what’s beyond LexisNexis and Westlaw?  Come and find out at the Database Expo sponsored by the Law Library!  Explore a variety of databases. 
Featured databases are:

Two Part Test

Posted by Hala Furst on 10/05/2008 at 12:00 AM

If the first year of law school is the frightening sprint down a dark and blind alley, the second year is a long, uphill slog, carrying baggage you didn’t even know you had. The job search, which at times can seem like an exciting look into all the possibilities that a law degree can offer, and other times seem to be an exercise in self-destruction, is incessant. The work load is intense, with the very dense subjects of Con Law and Evidence topping off whatever electives you have picked.

Crashes, Bailouts - Main Street, Wall Street and the World!

Posted by Library Blog on 10/02/2008 at 12:00 AM

For following the current news about the U.S.

30 Minutes to Understanding the Digest!

Posted by Library Blog on 09/24/2008 at 12:00 AM

OMG!  Having a mini-meltdown because your Legal Methods professor has asked you to search a digest for cases?  Do not despair!
Help is only 30 minutes away!  Plan to attend a 30 minute session on digest research conducted by Associate Law Librarian Lucinda Harrison-Cox. 
Three 30 minute sessions will be held in Training Lab 1 on the following dates and times:

Monday, September 29th at 11:30
Tuesday, September 30th at 11:30
Tuesday, September 30th at 1:00

Off to a Running Start!

Posted by Kelly Bennett on 09/20/2008 at 12:00 AM

Orientation seems like it’s a million years away!

Westlaw Student Reps!

Posted by Library Blog on 09/18/2008 at 12:00 AM

Second-year student Casey Lee is the new Westlaw student rep with third-year student Katherine “Kathy” Sulentic continuing as a Westlaw student rep for the 2007-08 academic year.

LexisNexis Student Reps!

Posted by Library Blog on 09/17/2008 at 12:00 AM

Second-year students Sara Mazzochi and Alexandra “Lexi” Nolin were recently hired as LexisNexis student reps.  Their job responsibilities include helping or training anyone who needs help at RWUSOL in LexisNexis products and research techniques, making sure the LexisNexis equipment, including the printers, run as they should, assisting our LexisNexis Representative Steve Albro with anything he might need and conducting marketing events throughout the course of the year. In order to better acquaint you with them, here is some interesting information about each one!


Posted by Hala Furst on 09/15/2008 at 12:00 AM


So as I lay on my futon, reading a literal mountain of cases, watching Raising the Bar on TNT, I realize two things:
1. Zach Morris needs a better hairdresser, and
2. I have gone through the looking glass.