The Law Library offers services to keep faculty abreast of current developments in their area of study or interest. The Keeping Current service is tailored to meet the needs of faculty and is available through the following services:
For a complete list of databases or blogs that offer email alerts in your area of interest, please contact your library information consultant.
Faculty who are interested in learning more about new books received by the Law Library can view the “Recent Acquisitions List” each month on the Law Library Blog.
Faculty can also peruse the bookcase located in the Collaborative Commons in the first floor of the Law Library. New books are placed on shelves in the Collaborative Commons before they are shelved in the main collection.
New databases or electronic resources are announced to faculty via email or the monthly Law Library newsletter.
At the request of faculty, the Law Library can route serial items to faculty mailboxes. Some of the more popular routed materials include:
For a complete list of materials available for routing or to request a specific item, please contact your library information consultant.
PDF copies of past law school examinations are available in the Exam Archive. The Exam Archive is a wonderful tool for students looking for sample multiple choice or essay questions for exam study. Faculty might assign specific questions from the Exam Archive to provide formative assessment to students during the course of the semester.
Faculty who would like to place their old exams in Exam Archive can contact your library information consultant.
Faculty will be notified via email or the monthly Law Library newsletter for other library-related matters such as:
The Law Library is happy to assist you. Faculty who are in need of assistance can submit a request to the Faculty Request Database, contact their library information consultant.