Presentations by Law Librarians
The law librarians are available, upon request, for presentations on research topics related to course curriculum. Examples of course presentations include, but are not limited to:
- Covering topic-specific resources and research strategies for students tasked with a seminar paper
- Refreshers on specialized legal research topics that may arise in particular courses, ex: Administrative Law Research, Legislative History
- Demonstration of a particular database or databases that may be relevant to course material
The law librarians can, of course, structure a presentation around whatever specific need you may have. In many cases, the librarian can create an accompanying LibGuide or other materials for students to refer to during and after the presentation, as well.
Requesting a Presentation
If you would like to request a presentation, it is recommended that you first contact your faculty liaison. Depending on scheduling and librarians' areas of expertise, you and your liaison can determine the best presenter for your course. It is helpful if you can provide at least 2-3 weeks notice in advance of when you would like the presentation to be given.