Training for Faculty/Research Assistants
The Faculty Services Librarian provides group training sessions for your Research Assistants and for Faculty Assistants who assist law professors with document retrieval.
General training sessions are held once each semester. Topics covered include: Using University catalogs and databases; research strategies; legal citation; law and non-law databases; and, using paper resources.
Additional training is available upon request.
For more information, or to request a training session for your Faculty Assistant or Research Assistant, contact Seth Quidachay-Swan, Faculty Services Librarian at 647-1746 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Research Instruction for Law Courses
Reference librarians are available to provide research instruction to second and third year Law School classes and clinical law programs.
Sessions are customized to fit your course topic. Presentations are designed to instruct law students on research in a specialized area of law.
Requests for research instruction should be made at least three weeks before the date on which you would like a session. Contact Jenny Selby at 764-6150 (email@example.com) to arrange for a session.
Examples of research instruction presentations are available here.