A library liaison has been assigned to all current law school courses. The purpose of this program is to give students a contact for all library-related questions that arise in the context of the course. Information about the librarian liaison and an e-mail address are automatically included on each Blackboard course page.
Librarians create customized research pages for seminar courses that meet the advanced writing requirement as well as for all clinic and advocacy courses. Each research page has been designed to serve as a starting point for research in a particular area of law. Librarians are available to speak to the classes about research strategies for the various topics. A list of current course research pages is available online.
|ABERDEEN: LAW AND ECONOMICS: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE||Max Stearns||Charles Pipins|
|CENTER FOR HEALTH AND HOMELAND SECURITY EXTERNSHIP||Michael Greenberger||Jason Hawkins|
|CENTER FOR HEALTH AND HOMELAND SECURITY EXTERNSHIP WORKSHOP||Michael Greenberger||Jason Hawkins|
|CRIMINAL PROCEDURE||Brendan Hurson||Jenny Rensler|
|EVIDENCE||Lawrence Fletcher-Hill||Jenny Rensler|
|EXTERNSHIP WORKSHOP / ASPER JUDICIAL FELLOWSHIP WORKSHOP||Hilary Hansen||Jason Hawkins|
|NEGOTIATION||Neil Dilloff||David Grahek|
|TAX QUALIFIED PLANS||Sharon Reece||Susan Herrick|
|WRITING IN LAW PRACTICE: DRAFTING NEGOTIATED AGREEMENTS||Olivia Farrar||David Grahek|
|WRITING IN LAW PRACTICE: PRETRIAL LITIGATION||Nancy Faulkner||Jenny Rensler|