You can contact the reference desk for research assistance through email: email@example.com and chat. If you would like to have a video conference session with a reference librarian, please enter your information through this Google form and someone will get back to you with more information: https://forms.gle/8AFk9mPZxbCBU36w5
There is currently no reciprocal access at local law school libraries.
We will not be offering in-person workshops to fulfill the Upper Level Research and Citation requirement while the Law School is only offering classes remotely. However, we have recorded some sessions and will try to offer some future sessions via Zoom or continue to record such sessions. You can find information on the website as well as here. Students who need the Upper Level Research Form signed can email the Acting Director of the Law LIbrary, Deborah Heller with information on what session was completed (including in person class sessions, law review training, etc.) your name, and the semester the session was completed. Forms will be signed and emailed back as soon as possible.
The Law Library is pleased to be able to provide you access to the Questions & Answers series and Understanding series of study aids through the Lexis Digital Library. Start by visiting: https://lexisdl.com/welcome/login/pace and clicking Sign In. You will then need to enter your Pace Portal username and password in order to access the digital library. Once you are in the digital library you can browse through the available titles or search for a specific title. Users may easily annotate passages within books. Users will also be able to download books for offline reading. In addition to accessing the library through a laptop or desktop, users can download the Lexis Digital Library app for use on smartphones and tablets. Some getting started guides are provided in PDF below. For any questions, you can contact the reference desk.
The Bluebook Editors have kindly provided keys for students to access the Bluebook online for a period of 60 days. Students who would like a key should email the Acting Director of the Law Library, Deborah Heller (firstname.lastname@example.org) to obtain a key. Please email from your Pace Law email address so that we can verify your status at the law school.
Here are instructions for redeeming a key to set up a new subscription:
To redeem this key (and set up an account), enter it at www.legalbluebook.com where it says "Bluebook Key Redemption" and follow the on-screen instructions to set up a username (unique and active email address) and password. You only use the key once. From that point forward, you access your account with your username and password.
The subscription is active 60 days from the date you redeem this key on the website.
After you set up your account you might need to log out and then log back in again to view site contents.