National Library Week is April 13 – 19

Why Not Stop In Today!

Your friendly neighborhood law librarians and staff in the Marx Law Library are happy to see you any time of year, but we especially invite you to come by this week. National Library Week helps remind all of us of the important role that libraries of all types play in all kinds of communities. While the meaning of “library” may be changing with the shift of many resources to digital form, the fundamental characteristics remain stable. Libraries and librarians are dedicated to getting our customers, traditionally called “patrons,” the information AND personal assistance they need when they need it, quickly and efficiently. Our librarians maintain access to printed and digital resources, teach legal research in multiple settings, and participate in local, regional, and national associations to learn more and to serve their constituents and their profession. Whether you are a student, professor, staff member, or visitor, we stand at the ready to help fill your legal information needs.

Upcoming Legal Research Sessions

  • Monday, April 14
    • Advocacy, Professor Bradley’s section 4
    • Low Cost & Free Resources with Shannon Kemen
    • 10:40 a.m. — 12:05 p.m.
    • Room 302

  • Tuesday, April 15
    • Advocacy, Professor Bradley’s section 2
    • Low Cost & Free Resources with Susan Boland
    • 1:30 p.m. — 2:55 p.m.
    • Room 302

  • Wednesday, April 16
    • Advocacy, Professor Lenhart’s section 1
    • Low Cost & Free Resources with Ron Jones
    • 9:00 a.m. — 10:25 a.m.
    • Room 100A

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