Congratulations! You made it through the Bar Exam!

CONGRATULATIONS to our alumni for making it through the Bar Exam! Hopefully you ate a delicious dinner, had the most restful night’s sleep you’ve had in months, and got home safely. What are you doing next? Well-deserved vacations, or starting the job search immediately? Let us know online, or stop by the Barry Law Library and check in with us!
As always, we are here to help you, including assisting as you research jobs, potential employers, judges, and the like. And when you have good news to share in two months, please remember to tell us so we can relax and celebrate you!
Meanwhile, our students are making their way through final exams. Just a few more days, folks! You’ve totally got this.

Big Barry Law Library changes happening this month, plus a new display case!

If you haven’t stopped by the Law Library this summer, come and see what we’re changing for you! We’re painting, cleaning, adding some new furniture, and installing new technology, like interactive TVs in several of our study rooms that you can broadcast to from your computers and mobile devices.
We also have a new display case for July, right next to the first floor elevator. The left side is about Popular Culture and the Law, focusing on the greatest legal films each decade for the last century, and the right side is about D.C. Circuit Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the President’s Supreme Court nominee, with lots of information about his career and the Supreme Court confirmation process.

Barry Law Librarians take active roles in SEAALL organization

Congratulations to Barry Law Librarians who are taking on increased roles as officers and committee members in SEAALL, the Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries.
Reference Librarian Louis Rosen is the new Vice President/President Elect of SEAALL for 2018-2019. He will also be serving on the Program Committee for the 2019 SEAALL Annual Meeting with Whitney Curtis, our Associate Director and Head of Public Services.
And on his second year serving on the Newsletter and Public Relations Committee, Reference Librarian Jason Murray was just named Co-Chair of the committee.

Closed this Monday 5/28 for Memorial Day, and summer classes start Tuesday 5/29!

Summer classes start this coming Tuesday, May 29th, but the Law Library is already back on its regular schedule:
Monday – Thursday: 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Remember that we will be closed this Monday, May 28th, for Memorial Day.
It has been good to see students returning for Practice Ready Institute classes this week and our recent alumni embarking on their Bar Exam studying, but we look forward to everyone else coming back next week. We will be here all summer to help you with whatever you need, as always!

Regular Law Library hours start Monday, and we’re closed this weekend.

Happy Friday, everyone!

The Barry Law Library will be CLOSED this weekend (May 19th and 20th), but we are reopening on Monday, May 21st, with our regular hours, just in time for Bar prep and PRI courses.

Monday – Thursday: 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

And we will be closed a week from Monday, on May 28th, for Memorial Day.

We’re looking forward to seeing our recent alumni back as they study for the Bar Exam, as well as all of our students and faculty taking or teaching summer classes. And everyone else with summer jobs and internships, don’t be a stranger! Let us know how the Law Library can help you excel, or talk to us, and we’ll let YOU know how we can help!