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Law Library Talk Story – Author Book Talk

Join us November 2 @ 12 PM All of Us or None: Migrant Organizing in An Era of Deportation and Dispossession With Professor Monisha Das Gupta How activists have approached the increasingly cozy relationship between the criminal legal system and the (civil) procedures of immigration enforcement. Click here to register:

Spilling the Tea on National Coffee Day, September 29th!

By Storm Stoker What’s better than a cup of coffee in the morning to start your long day of working and studying? Literally nothing! There are so many cliché meme’s and t-shirts making threats of outright violence to anyone who dares to talk to a coffee lover before they have had their morning brew. Why […]

September Law Library Events: Study Strategies & Study Aids for Law School Success

The Research Assistants have a ton of sage advice to share with you about effective class preparation, outlining, study habits, time and stress management, and exam-prep (plus, answers to any other law-school-life questions that you may have). So please consider joining us this Thursday in the Law Library, at 12 p.m., for a little food […]

What does your professional responsibility class and Mar-A-Lago have in common?

By Victoria Szymczak, Director of the Law Library Well, both are outcomes of the Watergate Scandal.  Some of you might not know about Watergate because it happened long ago in the early 1970’s; however, it is still a hot topic rearing its head in modern docudramas like Viola Davis’ First Ladies Season 1 (starring the […]