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Regent University Law Library is pleased to offer reference and research support to the American Center for Law and Justice, in particular to the ACLJ clerks and interns working out of the firm's campus office. This guide is designed to support common project assignments in the areas of religious liberty (U.S. and global) and public interest advocacy, as well as clerical tasks such as citation and document formatting. It is by no means comprehensive, but should facilitate many tasks. Please take a few minutes to explore the guide using the navigational menu to the left. We want this guide to be as helpful as possible, so please let us know if you have suggestions for new content! For additional assistance and information, please contact us by phone, email, or live chat (located at the bottom right of your screen), or stop by and see us! For Law Library building and service hours, please visit About Regent Law Library: Hours | Directions | Map.

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Law Library Contacts for Research Assistance

  • Marie Summerlin Hamm (Director), at (757) 352-4233 or
  • Bill Magee (Assistant Director for Public Services, Journal Liaison), at (757) 352-4098 or
  • James E. Wheeler (Head of Electronic Resources & Digital Initiatives, Law Review Liaison), at (757) 352-4463 or
  • Sandy Garza (Access Services Supervisor), at (757) 352-4450 or
  • Reference and Circulation Desk: 757-352-4145 or