The Delaware campus law library will be open extended hours during final exams. Our hours will be:
- Monday, April 22 to Thursday April 25: 8:00 AM to 2:00 AM
- Friday, April 26: 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM
- Saturday, April 27: 8:00 AM to 2:00 AM
- Sunday, April 28: 10:00 AM to 2:00 AM
- Monday, April 29 through Wednesday, May 15: 8:00 AM to 2:00 AM
After the exam period our hours will be:
- Thursday, May 16: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM
- Friday, May 17: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Saturday, May 18 (Graduation): CLOSED
- Sunday, May 19: 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
For a complete list of hours please see the law library webpage.
Exams officially start December 8th but the serious studying has already begun. Please respect your fellow students and keep quiet in the library.
The library is of course a popular place to study for exams. But we have more than just study space. Check out our collection of study aids, located just behind the reference desk area. We have study aids form the Examples and Explanations series, Understanding series, Glannon Guides, Sum and Substance CDs, and more.
And don’t forget about CALI lessons! CALI’s online interactive lessons quiz you on a wide range of legal topics. If you don’t have the CALI authorization code email me Janet Lindenmuth or call the reference desk at 302-477-2114.
Exams are starting today. Remember, everybody is studying so let’s keep the library extra quiet. Even if you are in a study room please keep the noise level low. For your convenience, we have free ear plugs at the reference desk. Stop by and pick some up. The library is now open to 2 AM every night until December 20th.
Exam time is almost here! For your studying convenience the law library has extended hours during exams. We will be open from 8 AM to 2 AM every day starting December 5th through December 20th.
For a complete list of hours see our library web page.
Don’t forget we have extended our library hours for the exam period. From April 29 through May 16 we are open until 2 AM every day. A full list of hours is on our library web page.
What did law exams look like in the 1870s? We can all find out thanks to Harvard University. Their archives has recently posted all of their old exams back to 1871 online. Here we have 1871. And 1900.
For your modern exam needs Widener Law Library has a collection of Widener exams available on our webpage.