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Law Faculty Support: About Our Services

COVID-19 Response: Online Legal Teaching Resources

Click here to view resources the Law Library has compiled to assist you as you work to maintain high-quality legal education with e-teaching.

Faculty Services

The primary purpose of Regent University Law Library is to anticipate and support the legal research, scholarship, and curricular need of the faculty, students, and administration of the School of Law.

Through the liaison program, which pairs every member of the law school faculty with a member of the law library faculty, our law librarians

  • Conduct dozens of in-class and seminar-style instructional sessions each year,
  • Facilitate student access to legal information and build information intelligence,
  • Play a leading role in continually modernizing and advancing research portions of the curriculum,
  • Collaborate with law faculty about contemporary legal research technologies, market demands, and educational standards,
  • Actively advance law faculty scholarship by providing traditional research support and graduate assistant training, and 
  • Work strategically to enhance the visibility and accessibility (and hence the impact) of the law faculty scholarship.

Use the navigation menu below to find more information about our service in each of these areas.  


Instruction and Teaching  Research and Scholarship  Law School Outcomes and Assessments

 

 
Collection Services

Borrowing Policies
Review our Law Faculty Circulation Policy here.
 
Course Reserves
To place an item on reserve for your course, fill out and submit our Course Reserve Form
 
Law Run
Law Library Staff deliver to and pick up from faculty suites at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. M-F.
 
Materials Request
Need something from the Law Library? Submit a Material Request Form or contact your liaison.
 
Suggest New Titles
Faculty are encouraged to suggest new titles that support your teaching or scholarship. Submit a New Title Request Form or contact your liaison.
 
Teaching and Research Interests
Take our RUSL Teaching and Faculty Research Interests survey to help us maintain a collection that supports your needs.
 

 


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