The week of April 10-16 is National Library Week. National Library Week is the one week a year that we stop and appreciate all things library-related. Here at the RWU Law Library we will be taking time out to express gratitude to our dedicated student library workers, our amazing full-time library staff, and our awesome patrons. Thank you all!
Celebrate National Library Week
National Library Week is the one week a year that we stop and appreciate all things library-related. Join us as we take time this week to express gratitude to our dedicated student library workers, our awesome patrons, and our always ready to help you full-time library staff.
On Thursday, April 14, 2016 from 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm the RWU School of Law presents its seventh lecture in the Thurgood Marshall Memorial Lecture Series.
Motivation & Stress Reduction
According to Examiner.com, March 20th was Extraterrestrial Abductions Day.
Having never heard of this “holiday” and having no idea how one might celebrate it, the Legal Beagle decided to see what would happen if one looked up the same concept in multiple databases. Would Lexis Advance, Westlaw and Bloomberg Law all agree on what case is the “leading case” on this topic?
Certification Class: Alternatives to Lexis and Westlaw
Congrats! You have nearly made it to Spring!
Certification Class: MS Excel PowerTips
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we wanted to highlight some notable Patrick’s (and Patricia’s) in American Legal History. If you think we missed a noteworthy Patrick, or two, feel free to email the Legal Beagle at lawlibraryhelp@rwu and we can consider him (or her) for next year’s blog.
Certification Class: Capture Everything with Evernote