Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Knowing where to find helpful study guides, archived exams, and study room policies may prove helpful when preparing for final exams.

Click here to access helpful study guides. Most current study guides are located in our Reserve collection and can be charged out for three hour periods.

To access the Exam Archive:

Go to Hofstra Law School Library home page http://law.hofstra.edu/Library.
In the middle column under "Resources," click “Exam Archive.”
You will be prompted to log in to the Hofstra University Portal using your Novell Username and Password.
Click on “OK”
Click the professor’s folder to access the exams.

Library Study Rooms:

Click here to access the Library’s study room policy.

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Monday, April 18, 2011

Top 10 Myths about Single People

To all single law students! You may or may not find comfort in "The Top 10 Myths About Single People". All coupled law students should read the article as well, you may discover that your single friends really don't want you to try fix them up with a date.
Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Research Resources: Foreign Law Guide

If you are interested in international law and researching primary and secondary sources of law of a particular country, take a look at Foreign Law Guide. This comprehensive database contains codes, cases, legislation, treaties, as well as other legal documents for more than 170 jurisdictions in the world.

To access the Foreign Law Guide:

  • Go to the Library's home page, click "Online Resources"
  • Click the "Foreign/Comparative Law" link
  • Scroll down to "Foreign Law Guide"

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