Sign-up for Spring CLR Classes!

Header image for the certificate in legal research programRegistration for the CLR Advance Legal Research Program is now open! Are you interested in honing your research skills? Then check out the Law Library’s Certificate in Legal Research Program which offers an Advanced Legal Research Certificate and an International Legal Research Certificate. The Certificate Program is free and will be noted on your transcript.

This Spring semester the Law Library is offering advance legal research classes on 19 specialized topics. Visit the Calendar of Classes for more information on the classes and the schedule. All law students are welcome to attend classes (even those not intending on completing the Certificate requirements). Students must register in advance for the classes. Class size is limited so register soon!

If you participated in the Fall 2015 program, you can register for Spring classes using the Registration Portal. If you have not participated in the program, please visit the CLR Certificate Website for more information on how to enroll. If you have questions about the program, please contact Karina Condra at kcondra@law.du.edu.

DU Licensed Databases – Certificate Error Messages

When accessing certain electronic databases to which DU subscribes, students may encounter warning messages concerning the website’s certificate.  This is a known issue, but is easy to fix.  One of the Anderson Academic Commons librarians, Chris Brown, has prepared a guide to show students how to address this problem.

http://libguides.du.edu/cert

Questions?  Need help?  Always feel free to speak to one of your friendly DU Law Librarians or email us at refdesk@law.du.edu.

Welcome (back) to Hearsay!

After a hiatus of several years, the Westminster Law Library has revived its blog, Hearsay.  We’ll be using this space to highlight databases, websites, apps and other technology and (yes!) print materials that we think are valuable for legal and other types of research. We’ll also suggest research tips and post news and announcements about research classes and other library events.  Check Hearsay regularly from the link on the library’s website (www.law.du.edu/library).

For now, though, we’d like to say “Welcome” to our first-year and other new students, and “Welcome Back” to our returning students.  We hope you had a great summer and are refreshed and ready for the school year.  We’re looking forward to seeing you in the library, chatting with you on our chat service and reading your emails (refdesk@law.du.edu)!