Copying in the Library

The public photocopiers at all Washington University Danforth Campus libraries have been replaced with scanners.  There are two scanners in the Law Library that are located on the fourth floor.  The stations have been configured for easy use and instructions are...

9/11 and the Law

The September 9th issue of the New York Law Journal includes a a special section on “9/11 and the Law.” The section “includes a detailed timeline of the still unfolding developments spawned by the crisis and essays about how it has changed...

Where Do I Find It in the Law Library?

A quick guide to the most frequently used places and things in the Library. Where can I enter the Law Library after it closes to the public? At every Library entrance with an ID card reader. Students have access to the Law Library 24/7, but the Circulation/Reserve...

Tweet the Bill of Rights?

The U.S. National Archives is holding a Bill of Rights (that great document that contains the first ten amendments to the Constitution) Twitter Contest. Between now and December 15–the 219th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights–The National Archives...

MyLaw User Guides

Need  help navigating MyLaw?  User guides are now available. Students: Logon to MyLaw, click on “MyLaw Guide” under the heading of “Quick Links” and then scroll down to the “Student Resources” heading. Faculty: Logon to MyLaw. The...

A Quick Library Guide for New Students

Where is the Reserve Desk? On the Fourth Floor, across from the Janet Lee Reading Room. Here you can find materials put on reserve for you classes (except items posted online) as well as a selection of DVDs, hornbooks, nutshells and other heavily used library...