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Important Laptop Exams Information (Please Read!)

Students are requested to visit the Registrar's page regarding computer exam requirements, the practice exam and the six-digit exam number. Students taking laptop exams must especially pay attention to important deadlines.

Registrar's page:

Important Exams links

All students planning to use their laptops for exams must carefully read and comply with these requirements:

DCLI Group Study Room Policy

There are seven study rooms available for group study purposes. These rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Keys are signed out at the Circulation Desk only to current Duquesne law students with valid DU ID cards. Students may use these rooms, for group study only, in blocks of two hours (with one renewal). The rooms may also be reserved up to one day in advance, by filling out the study room sheet at the Circulation Desk or by calling 412-396-5017. Good luck on your exams!

PA Constitutional Documentary Showing Tomorrow

Duquesne University School of Law, which has established itself as the leading center for the study and application of the Pennsylvania Constitution through such activity as the Pennsylvania Constitution Website (, has initiated a project to gather information on a possible State Constitutional convention. One source of information is the living memories of participants in the last Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention, which was convened in December 1967 and adjourned in February 1968. 

The first significant work resulting from the project is a mini-documentary featuring former Governor Richard Thornburgh. This 20- minute film will be shown at the Law School on Tuesday, November 30, at noon in Room 203 and again at 5:15 p.m. in Room 204. Pizza and soda will be provided.

DCLI Exam Hours


Monday, November 29 - Friday, December 17

Monday - Sunday 8 a.m. - 2 a.m.

* Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - The Immaculate Conception - DCLI WILL BE OPEN

Please visit the DCLI hours page to view a complete schedule of operation, including Exams Period, Christmas Break, and the Interim Period.

CLE Reminder - Trace Evidence Analysis: Legal Opportunities and Challenges

This Continuing Legal Education seminar is hosted by The Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law.

Friday, December 10
1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Rockwell Hall, Rooms 505/506
Duquesne University

For its final Forensic Fridays seminar of the year, the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law is pleased to offer a program intended to bring criminal justice professionals up to speed on the opportunities and challenges facing trace evidence analysis and testimony in an era of both enhanced technology and increased scientific scrutiny. Featuring trace evidence expert David Exline, Senior Vice President of Gateway Analytical, LLC, Sgt. Michael Delcimmuto of the Pittsburgh Police Mobile Crime Unit, and one or more criminal attorneys, this seminar is ideal for prosecutors, criminal defense attorneys, law enforcement officers and private investigators.

This program is accredited by the Pennsylvania CLE Board for three (3) hours of substantive CLE education. For more information or to register, please visit us or contact us at 412-396-1330 or 

Legal News Links


Federal Judge Hits Iran with $44 Million Judgment in Civil Suit

Association of Corporate Counsel Expands Membership to Argentina

Former neighbor 'shocked' by arrest of accused bomber

4th man guilty in check-cashing scheme

Jefferson County borough sues shale well developers

Latest Legal Link


The National Center for State Courts

NCSC strives "to improve the administration of justice through leadership and service to state courts, and courts around the world." This site offers numerous resources that both law students and legal professionals will find useful. A particular highlight includes the "Court Web Sites" page which not only offers a comprehensive list of state court web sites, but also very useful and detailed state court structure charts. The homepage includes helpful "Information Resources" links, offering access to a court topics database. Additional resources include Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planning: A Toolkit for Pennsylvania Courts. Another highlight of the NCSC is the "Education & Careers" page, providing state and federal interpreter certification and a Latest Job Listing. Visit the NCSC site to explore these and many other important legal tools.