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Bar Study Access

Starting July 6th, May 2020 alumni may access the Law Library Monday through Friday from 9 am to 6 pm to study for their bar examination.  Students must make a seat reservation before coming to the Law Library to study.  For further information, please review the procedures and restrictions at our seat reservation page: https://law-hawaii.libcal.com/

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Core Legal Research Databases

Bloomberg Law* HeinOnline
Lexis Advance* Lexis Digital Library (Study Aids)*
LLMC Digital Nexis Uni
Online Journals Westlaw*
WorldCat*
*complete use of these resources may require UH credentials to access
Available e-book Collections: Online Legal Study Guides:

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Justice Ginsburg Display

In preparation of her visit, the current display at the library is on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.    

Book Talk at the Law Library: Food and Power in Hawaii

Professors Krisna Suruyanata and Monique Mironesco presented on their new book, Food and Power in Hawaii: Visions of Food Democracy. The talk was a highlight from two chapters in the book. Prof. Suruyanata told us present-day Hawaii only uses around 400,000 acres for agriculture. The urban centers have grown by about 50,000 acres since 1978.  […]