Yes, finals are here and I know what you’re thinking, “What can the law library do to help me with finals?” (Just work with me here.) So here’s a short list:
- Study space – We have plenty of places to study in the library. Don’t forget our study rooms on the 3rd floor.
- Longer hours – During finals we are open until 2 AM every night.
- CALI lessons – Have you tried CALI lessons? You should. CALI quizzes you on legal topics. If you need the authorization code, just pick up a card from the reference desk or email me, Janet Lindenmuth.
- Study aids – For your last minute studying needs we have study aids like, Examples and Explanations, Glannon Guides and the Understanding the Law series. Check them out in the study aids room right behind the reference desk.
So visit the library for everything you need to study!
The law library and finals time just naturally go together. Starting April 23 through May 14 we’ll be open until 2:00 AM.
We also have a large collection of study aids. Located just behind the reference desk on the second floor of the library, the collection includes popular study aids such as Examples and Explanations, the Understanding Series, Glannon Guides, Black Letter Outlines and more.
If you haven’t already tried CALI lessons, now’s the time to check them out. CALI has interactive lessons on many legal subjects. If you haven’t used CALI before you’ll have to register at their website, using the Widener CALI activation code. Call the reference desk or email Janet Lindenmuth for the code.