This is Keywords, the only weekly law library newsletter you can depend on for the latest legal research trends. Want to know which topics are hoppin’? Searching for that book that serves the fiercest legal lewks? Looking for that perfect seat you can slide in to get writing? Well, look no further. Here is the latest Law Library report.
Law Library Updates
Today’s category is snow days. But at other times it could be holidays, exam days, days leading up to exam days, or just days that end in “-day”. If you ever want to find out the Law Library’s operating status on any particular day, visit the Law Library website and find the answers you seek.
Law Library Tip #280(a): Wondering if the circulation desk is open today? The answer can be found on our website. (Hint: the answer is no. Because snow.)
Law Library Services
In – you, a law student, going to the circulation desk or the reference desk with your library questions . Also in – us, Law Library staff, working at the circulation desk and reference desk to help you with your library questions. Out – not taking advantage of our virtual services after you (or we) have gone home. Or when a legal research question has you up, up, up, up, up at 3:53 Email a research librarian or the circulation desk for virtual assistance at any time.
Law Library Tip #280(b): Need to talk to a research librarian or circ desk staff member but are staying home because of the snow? Step into the 21st century and email us!
Law Library Jobs
Wanted: more than one (but less than four) upper-level law students to do law library things. Must like: researching, writing, supporting law librarians, and other law library things. Should have interest in: legal research, exploring software, improving research skills, and other law library things. Interested? Intrigued? Intent on joining the hallowed field of law librarianship? Email Cassi Norgaisse (cn349) for more information.
We will be back next week with a new edition of Keywords. In the meantime, wear your mask in all library spaces, enjoy the snow, and send your legal research questions to email@example.com.