There are two document scanners from Scannx located in the Print Center. These scanners allow for quick and easy transfer from print to electronic format. They also include an email application for convenient sharing among you and your colleagues.
The DCLIBeat electronic newsletter provides information about the Center's resources and services. It is regularly distributed to the law school community.
Chuck Sprowls edits the newsletter; please contact him to provide feedback or suggestions.
Research for Law Practice Class
The law librarians teach a one-credit, pass-fail advanced legal research course.
This course uses an asynchronous online format.
Topics covered include primary and secondary legal resources, developing an appropriate research strategy, and advanced searching skills.
Students gain exposure to the use of both litigation and transactional practice materials, current awareness and alerting services, free internet resources, and emerging technologies such as legal analytics.
The emphasis of the class is on an in-depth understanding of resources that are available on Westlaw and Lexis+; however, students will learn to use other electronic research products like Cheetah, HeinOnline, and Bloomberg Law.
Contact Chuck Sprowls with any questions about the Research for Law Practice course.