The reference librarians are here to help you with research related to your clinic projects! Over the past few weeks we have visited the Core Clinic Orientation and taught longer sessions in the International Justice Clinic, the Immigrant Rights Clinic, and the Criminal Justice Clinic.
Check out our research guide with suggested resources for each of the core clinics: UCI Law Library – Core Clinics.
Come by the Reference Desk with questions during the weekdays, email RefDesk@law.uci.edu, or call (949) 824-6746.
The entire UCI Law Community is welcome to the Law Library’s Seventh Annual Celebration of Books. Join us in the Reading Room as we highlight and acknowledge the publications authored and co-authored by UCI Law Faculty from March 2015 through March 2016.
10:00 am: Coffee and pastries will be offered in the Library vestibule.
10:15 am: The event, including remarks by the authors, will begin.
This year, we are honored to celebrate Dean Erwin Chemerinsky and Professors Michele Goodwin, Rick Hasen, and Christopher Whytock.
The reference librarians are here to help you successfully participate in pro bono projects! We can help you find forms, model documents, practice guides, and so much more. Check out our guide with resources for some of the more research-intensive projects: UCI Law Library – Pro Bono Projects.
Come by the Reference Desk with questions during the weekdays, email RefDesk@law.uci.edu, or call (949) 824-6746. Librarians are also available for longer consultations by appointment – just reach out to your liaison librarian to schedule a time. (Note: your liaison is usually the librarian who taught your legal research course.)
For students who are interested in employment, labor, and related issues, here are some research pointers based on a the Law Library presentation to students enrolled in Professor Robinson-Dorn’s Fall 2015 Employment Law class. Highlights include: