Thursday, September 24, 2015
At this month’s Law Faculty Colloquia, Associate Dean Lynne Marie Kohm will present her latest article: The Unspoken Consequences of Obergefell: Calling Convictional Christian Scholars. Law students are invited to join Dean Kohm and the law faculty in a discussion of this timely and compelling topic.
The Law Faculty Colloquium Series is co-sponsored by Regent University Law Review and Regent University Law Library. More information about the Colloquium Series is available at http://libguides.regent.edu/colloquia
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Looking for a spot to call your own in the Law Library? Reserve a carrel!
4L/3Ls--TODAY, September 8
2Ls--TOMORROW, September 9
1Ls/M.A. in Law--September 10
- Renew your carrel by submitting the renewal form (left on your carrel) and paying the fee.
- Reserve a carrel by completing a reservation form at the Access Services desk and paying the fee.
- One semester=$10.00
- One year=$20.00
*Cash or check
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
The Law Library is particularly excited to announce the addition of a new HeinOnline library: Religion & the Law. A small portion of the material included was contributed from our Collection!
The database consists of more than 1,500 titles and 750,000 pages and includes books, periodicals, and bibliographies. The collection also includes Christian Legal Society publications, an assortment of Canon Law, and rare historical Bibles.
Let us know what you think of this valuable new tools for researching the development, history, organization, and fundamental principles of various world religions.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Welcome to Regent University School of Law!
The Law Library will play an important role in your law school education. In addition to offering both individual and group study areas, the Law Library provides a physical collection containing over 400,000 volumes and equivalents. In addition to U.S. legal materials, you'll find many international and foreign law titles, significant materials for research in human rights, public policy and legal history, as well as an excellent collection of law reviews and legal journals. Other research materials include topical treatises, loose-leaf services, and other secondary sources. You can search the collections of both the Law Library and the University Library using the Online Catalog.
In addition to your WestlawNext, Lexis Advance, and Bloomberg Law access, the Law Library makes an amazing array of databases and electronic resources available to the law student community, both on and off campus. Electronic resources are accessible via the Law Library website.
Information about hours, borrowing library materials, and services for law students is available on the "Law Student Central" page. You can also Like Us on Facebook to receive info about changes to hours, new resources, upcoming training sessions and more.
Again, welcome! We look forward to meeting you!
Monday, August 17, 2015
Welcome First Year Students! Law Library tours are being offered as part of Orientation. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the services and resources available to you! A sign-up sheet will be available at the check-in table on Monday.
We look forward to meeting you!
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Taking the Bar Exam? Check out Regent Law Library's Preparing for the Bar Exam LibGuide! (http://libguides.regent.edu/barexam) The guide includes helpful information for EVERY state.
Are you a Regent Law grad sitting for the exam in California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, or Tennessee? If so, contact Eric Welsh, Head of Research Services! He has a prepared an invaluable Exam Index for each listed state (which includes a subject frequency analysis table) exclusively for the use of Regent Law. Contact Eric directly for immediate access!
Eric Welsh, Head of Research Services email@example.com
Please include "Bar Examination" in the subject line.