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AnyLaw: Legal Research for the AnyPerson

There is a new(ish) legal research database online: AnyLaw. It appears AnyLaw has been around since 2018 and came out for public use in June of 2020 ( “AnyLaw is a dynamic new way to do legal research. AnyLaw is a free and friendly legal research service that gives you unlimited access to massive amounts […]

LibKey Nomad & BrowZine: Tools to Help Locate and Collect Library Resources

The Law Library has a new tool to help you bypass pesky paywalls and identify items available through library subscriptions. BrowZine and LibKey Nomad are now available for UH Mānoa School of Law users. Both of the products can streamline, facilitate, and ease your research process as you browse and locate journals and articles. BrowZine allows you to […]

After Hours Access Resumed

Due to a change in CDC cleaning protocols, the Law Library will extend access past 5 pm beginning Sunday, April 25th for law students. It is a little complicated, so please read carefully. The Law Library will be open Sunday through Thursday. On Sunday, access begins at 1 pm, and during weekdays, access begins at 9 […]

Library Reopens!

The library has been closed since March 17, 2020. On Monday, April 12th, the Law Library will reopen for law student use only.  Twenty-four hour access is suspended for now.  In an effort to support the part-time evening students we have swapped Friday for Sunday so that we have some open hours on the weekend.  […]