Research librarians are available to support doctrinal and clinical instruction. Services include:
- Giving classroom presentations focused on information related to the class topic, such as the primary sources of law, introductory research sources for seminar papers, or practice sources.
- Preparing research guides tailored to the depth of information students need to successfully complete the class.
- Serving as a resource for students who need library support to complete class assignments.
- Consulting on or designing experiential assignments to engage students in the practice aspects of a doctrinal topic.
For more information about instruction services, please contact your library liaison or Nina Scholtz, Director for Research and Instruction.