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Student Survey About Law Library and Information Technology
If you’re a Moritz law student, please complete a survey about your experiences at the Moritz Law Library and with Moritz and University IT. Survey-takers will be anonymous. You can separately enter your email address for a chance to win a $50 gift card to Barnes & Noble. Gathering student input through this survey is vital to the planning currently underway by the Library and Moritz IT to further identify the current needs and concerns of Moritz law students.
Request a Research Consultation for Customized Research Help
Researching a complicated legal issue? Selecting or researching a topic for a law journal note or seminar paper? Consider meeting with a Moritz Law Library reference librarian for a research consultation. Fill out our research consultation request form with a description of your research project and the times you are available to meet.
Moritz Law Library Newsletter
In the latest issue, read about preserving government websites, a new addition to the library’s Stotter collection on family law, new access to National Consumer Law Center treatises, ICLR Online for authoritative English judgments, and the library’s newly acquired books.
See new books and other materials acquired by the Moritz Law Library in the last month.
Accuracy Check Guide for Law Journals
The Moritz Law Library provides an Accuracy Check Resources Guide for use by law journal members cite-checking articles.
Moritz Publications Now Digitally Archived in Knowledge Bank
The Moritz Law Library recently digitized several College of Law student and alumni publications, which are now available in the University’s open access institutional repository, the Knowledge Bank. Browse the Buckeye Barrister (published intermittently from 1951 until 1970) and the Law Record (1958-2005) to explore news of people, programs, and events. These two publications join the current All Rise publication and the College of Law Class Photographs (1902-1996) in a growing Moritz digital archives.