Getting ready for summer employment? Get prepared by scheduling a research consultation with a librarian. Consultations provide customized preparation for summer jobs, clerkships, public interest work, and post-graduate positions.

Stop by the circulation desk any time to sign up for an appointment, or visit our website for more information.

 

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Return overdue Law Library books to the Circulation Desk before 5pm on Friday, April 18, to receive forgiveness for any fines owed, no questions asked.

Please note the following:

  • Amnesty applies only to Law Library books. We cannot waive fines for other libraries.
  • Fines that have already posted to your bursar account are not subject to forgiveness under this program.
  • Only overdue/late fines will be cleared, not charges associated with lost, damaged, or otherwise missing items. However, if you still have an item for which you have been billed, bring it back to the library and all charges will be waived.
  • Fines that have been paid in the past are not subject to refund.

Contact Mark Williams (mjw332@cornell.edu) with questions.

Print and complete the form LawLibraryBookReturn and submit it with your library materials (if applicable) at the circulation desk.

 

Saturday, Mar. 29                                            Closed

Sunday, Mar. 30                                          Closed

Monday, Mar. 31- Friday Apr. 4                 8am-5pm

Saturday, Apr. 5                                           Closed

Sunday, Apr. 6                               Regular hours resume

Every month the Cornell Law Library adds new titles to its collection. The most recent additions for February 2014 are posted, here. A few highlights from this month’s additions are featured below.

Minds, Brains, and Law : The Conceptual Foundations of Law and Neuroscience – Michael S. Pardo; Dennis M. Patterson

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Law and Gender – Joanne Conaghan

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Framing the Net : The Internet and Human Rights – Rikke Frank Jørgensen

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With the new semester underway, check out our latest research guide on how to take advantage of all we have to offer.

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  • Carrels located on the first, fourth, new ground, and basement floors may be reserved for one semester at a time by 2Ls, 3Ls, LLMs, and exchange students.
  • Each carrel must be shared by two students. Students may select a carrel partner or choose to have the library assign one.
  • Carrels located on the second floor may not be reserved and are available daily on a first-come, first served basis to all law students.
  • See Janet Gillespie personally in room 352 to reserve a carrel.
  • Questions may be directed to Janet at jmg32@cornell.edu or 607-255-5854.
  • All carrels are numbered. A map of the carrels will be made available with the signup form for easy identification.

SPRING 2014 SIGN UP DATES:

Wednesday, January 22 8am-12pm

1pm-5pm

For students serving on journals, moot courts, or working for a professor
Thursday, January 23 8am-12pm

1pm-5pm

For all other 2Ls, 3Ls, LLMs, and exchange students

Every month the Cornell Law Library adds new titles to its collection. The most recent additions for January 2014 are posted, here. A few highlights from this month’s additions are featured below.

Law and Social Theory – Reza Banakar; Max Travers

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Research Methods in Law – Dawn Watkins; Mandy Burton

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Neutrality and Theory of Law – Jordi F. Beltran; Jose J. Moreso; Diego M. Papayannis

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Holiday Hours

Dec. 21, 2013 – Jan. 18, 2014*

Monday – Friday:           8am – 5pm

Weekends:                    Closed

 

*Closed:  December 25, 2013- January 1, 2014

consultationWhether you are working on a looming project or paper, or simply want to get a jump on developing the skills you might need for summer employment, research consultations are a great way to get prepared.

Get advice tailored to your research needs on:

  • Advanced research skills and strategies.
  • Jurisdictional sources.
  • Key resources in substantive practice areas.
  • And more!

Appointment forms are available at the circulation desk.

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Check out what we’ve been up to the last 12 months with our 2012/2013 annual report. The report includes a message from our director, highlights of our Collections, Information Management, Reference and Research Services, and Access Services departments as well as updates on the professional activities of the staff and of various projects. Some of the features include the visit of Bitner Research Fellow Priya Rai, the return of ever-popular therapy animals, an update on the law school construction project and the award-winning Trial Pamphlets digitization project.

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