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Law Faculty Corner

Legal Research Instruction & Support

Each member of the Law Library Faculty has earned a J.D. and two have a Masters in information science, making them uniquely qualified to:

  • Guest lecture on specialized research topics
  • Lead hands-on training sessions in the library
  • Demonstrate effective use of library resources
  • Provide individual assistance to particular students.

Sessions may be custom-tailored to meet your teaching goals. Contact Faculty Services for more information.

Faculty Copy Card

A Law Faculty Copycard is always maintained at the Law Library Service Desk for use by Law Faculty or their authorized Graduate Assistants.

Faculty Services @ Regent Law Library

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Bill Magee and his team are available to:

  • Assist with research projects,
  • Create personalized current awareness or electronic alert services,
  • Provide training in the most effective use library resources,
  • Develop customized training for research GAs, and
  • Design in-class lectures or hands-on instruction sessions on specialized aspects of legal research.

Use links in the header above to access Law Library information, services and resources.  

This page highlights services to Members of the Law Faculty.  Other pages of Law Faculty Corner set forth policy, describe collections, and point to resources on getting published.

Graduate Assistant Training Program

We can provide your G.A. with an orientation to the full array of library services available and individualized training in how to research efficiently in the areas you designate.

Contact Faculty Services for more information, or to schedule a training session for your G.A.

Law Run Courier Service

Law Library staff deliver to and pick up from faculty suites at 10:00 am and 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

To request items from the Law Library collection, call ext. 4450, complete a Material Request Form, or email Faculty Services directly.