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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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Library Transitions to a New Library Services Platform

On December 18, 2019, UHM Law Library and all other libraries in the UH system will go live with a new library services platform called Alma and its discovery layer called PrimoVE. The new system will replace our outdated Voyager system and the front-end public access catalog Hawaiʻi Voyager.  Alma will provide our libraries with an […]

Lexis in the Library

Our Lexis Account Representative is on campus this week (Nov. 4-8). Below are topics Zoe Caldwell will be covering. Be sure to attend. No RSVP necessary. These meetings can help with your LF class! Tues. 11/5 at 11:45am “Closed Memo Tips” for 1Ls in CR3 Wed. 11/6 at 11:15am, 11:30am, 11:45am, 12:45pm “Closed Memo Tips” for […]

Popular Workshops at the Law Library

It turns out that our community is THIRSTY FOR KNOWLEDGE!!! Knowledge about making books and repairing them! Ellen-Rae Cachola Evening Supervisor and Archives Manager and Storm Stoker Tech. Services Support Specialist, stepped in to fill the void.  We were surprised when both workshops filled to capacity within 24 hours, we even had to turn a […]