Category Archives: Inspiration and Design Ideas

Outreach in Partnership with Student Organizations

by Malikah Hall This year, our library has changed our outreach efforts to be more collaborative. We have created an outreach calendar that highlights different holidays, news worthy events, faculty and student accomplishments and other law and government related themes. … Continue reading

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Stand in the Place Where You Work?

Run for the hills! Modern life is killing us (and turning us into nearsighted mouth breathers)! Recently I read that our mushy non-fibrous western diet has led to the underdevelopment of children’s jaws, resulting in crowded teeth and jaw muscles too week to hold their … Continue reading

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Register Today: Legal Research Competency Webinar on 5/30

Designing and Implementing Research Competency Assessment This webinar will address the Principles and Standards for Legal Research Competency and how they can enhance teaching and evaluating law students. Presenters will introduce and discuss the PSLRC and its uses in teaching … Continue reading

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Am I Efficient? How Well Do I Manage Time?

by Dean Duane Strojny “Can you recommend a good, practical read on efficiency, productivity, time management, etc.?  I’d like to read something someone else has had a good experience using or got something useful from.” This was in my email … Continue reading

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What Librarians Can Do to Improve Bar Exam Outcomes

by Emily Siess Donnellan The National Jurist recently published an article that discusses various ways that institutions are re-tooling their curriculum to improve student outcomes on the bar and to get them practice ready. The article highlights a study that found … Continue reading

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More Than Basic Civics

by Erik Adams A few years ago I participated in a panel discussion before a group of law school librarians. The panelists, who were all law firm librarians, discussed what they wished that summer associates and recent graduates did better. … Continue reading

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Change is good? Change is good?

by Dean Duane Strojny I did it! I rearranged my office. It usually happens over a semester break and I take on the task about every two years. Now granted, there are only so many possible configurations because of the … Continue reading

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