With finals quickly approaching, please keep in mind the following Law Library services to help you prepare.
- Extended Hours - Starting Sunday, Nov. 30 to Friday, December, 19 the Law Library opens at 8:00 a.m. and closes at midnight. During extended hours, access to the Law Library will be restricted to law students, faculty, staff, and any patrons needing access to the federal documents collection or legal resource material. Please be sure to bring your UW ID along for easy entry to the library as well as to check-out study rooms, course readings or study guides.
- Reference Assistance - Keep in mind our IM / Chat service while you study. Have a quick question? Reference help is a click away.
- Exam Archive- Many faculty members make their past exams available to students as a study aid. These can be accessed from the Law Library web page using your net ID.
- Exam Information - The Law School web page has a helpful listing with important exam information for students. Check this page regularly for new announcements.
- Study Rooms - These rooms are always popular, particularly during exam time. Stop at the Circulation Desk to reserve one of the Law Library's six study rooms.
Law Library users appreciate that the library serves as a quiet place to study. Please respect those around you by keeping noise to a minimum. This includes, but is not limited to, talking in a loud voice, audible use of technological devices (cell phones, computers, etc.), and food consumption. The Quarles & Brady Reading Room is a lap-top free zone.
Good luck everyone!!
Submitted by Cheryl O'Connor on December 2, 2008
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