New Books in the Euliano Law Library

landscapes_of_the_secularLandscapes of the Secular: Law, Religion, and American Sacred Space
by Nicolas Howe
University of Chicago Press, 2016

BL65.S8 H69 2016

 

they_cant_kill_us_all“They Can’t Kill Us All”: Ferguson, Baltimore, and a New Era in America’s Racial Justice Movement
by Wesley Lowery
Little, Brown & Company, 2016

E185.86 .L69 2016

 

americas_war_on_same_sex_couples

America’s War on Same-Sex Couples and Their Families: And How the Courts Rescued Them
by Daniel R. Pinello
Cambridge University Press, 2016

HQ1034.U5 P556 2017

 

9780190491420Women in Presidential Cabinets: Power Players or Abundant Tokens?
by Maria C. Escobar-Lemmon & Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson
Oxford University Press, 2016

HQ1390 .E83 2016

 

fingerprints_and_other_ridge_skin_impressions

Fingerprints and Other Ridge Skin Impressions (2d edition)
by Christophe Champod et al.
CRC Press, 2016

HV6074 .F564 2016

 

isis_apocalypse

The ISIS Apocalypse: The History, Strategy, and Doomsday Vision of the Islamic State
by William McCants
Picador/MacMillan, 2015

HV6433.I722 M35 2016

 

democratizing_legal_services

Democratizing Legal Services: Obstacles and Opportunities
by Laura Snyder
Rowman & Littlefield, 2016

K133 .S63 2016

 

god_and_the_secular_legal_system

God and the Secular Legal System
by Rafael Domingo
Cambridge University Press, 2016

K3280 .D66 2016

 

strategic_legal_research

Strategic Legal Research: Finding the Information You Need Efficiently and Cost-Effectively
by Tobin. A. Sparling
Aspen/Wolters Kluwer, 2016

KF240 .S63 2016

 

 

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Come to the Law Library’s Study Smarter workshop on Wednesday, August 30th, at 4:45 PM!

Our first Law Library workshop for the Fall semester will be Study Smarter!

Come and hear tips, tricks, tools, and techniques to help you succeed in law school!

***Earn one Professionalism Credit for attending!***

When: Wednesday, August 30th, from 4:45pm-5:45pm
Where: LAC 111

Seating will be limited (although we reserved the largest room we could get), so please RSVP in advance, if possible:
http://barry-law.libcal.com/event/3538269

Be there and learn how to Study Smarter from your Law Librarians and Steve Maxwell of CLASP!

Professor Terri Day represented Barry at local free speech forum.

Congratulations to Barry University School of Law’s own First Amendment expert, Professor Terri Day, who spoke at a free speech forum on Tuesday, August 22nd, hosted by the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center in nearby Maitland.
 

Welcome back to YOUR Barry Law Library!

Well, it’s August — the hottest month of the year, and sometimes it feels like the longest.  Football season doesn’t start until September, and neither do our favorite TV shows.  Flanked by July 4th and Labor Day weekends, there aren’t as many opportunities for beach getaways or cookouts.  And for those of you who just moved to Florida, it’s too hot and humid to stay outside for long.  (Seriously, you guys – stay hydrated.)

This summer, many Barry students chose to attend our Study Abroad program in El Escorial, Spain, where they took interesting classes and adventured all over Europe.  Others worked prestigious internships and lucrative summer associate positions, learning the law in ways they never imagined, networking all the while with future colleagues and bosses.  Some just enjoyed the much-deserved down time, spending their days and nights with family and friends who missed them.

Our professors were toiling away on their scholarship, and some taught summer classes, both here and abroad.  And our recent graduates studied countless hours for the July Bar Exam, which I’m sure went better than they thought.  All summer, we saw them in the Law Library and tried to commiserate and cheer them on.  Hopefully they got to relax a little in August, at least.

Yes, here we are in August.  Whether you have kids or not, you may feel a little wistful and nostalgic when you see the “BACK TO SCHOOL!” signs and sales everywhere.  If not, you might feel a familiar pang of melancholy, knowing that summer funtimes are over and things are about to get REAL.

Well, your friendly neighborhood Law Library staff is here, and we’ve been here all summer.  We missed you, and we’ll be happy to see you again over the next few weeks.  And if you’re new, we’re especially happy to meet you.  Please come by and introduce yourselves.  Let us know where you’ve been and where you want to go.  Definitely let us know if you need anything!

Check out our August display case, facing you when you enter the Law Library, featuring books about the best study habits for achieving success in law school.  As I’ve said before and almost certainly will again, your success is OUR success.  For you new 1Ls, we have a huge selection of study aids for your classes in the Reserve collection behind the Circulation Desk, so ask anyone at Circ for what you need.  These are materials that can be checked out for four hours at a time, for on-campus use only.

We have a huge surprise for all of you on our Databases page, accessible through the Law Library website at http://eguides.barry.edu/BarryLawLibraryHome: an amazing new resource, the Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aid Library.  This is exactly what it sounds like — all your favorite study aids available to you online for no additional costs.  The Examples and Explanations series, the Glannon Guides, Emanuel CrunchTime, and so much more.  You’ll be able to access them from anywhere, at any time, and as many students who need them at the same time.  We will talk more about this exciting new resource at the Law Library’s STUDY SMARTER, NOT HARDER workshop, coming up on Wednesday, August 30th, so stay tuned for more details about that!

Basically, we’re ready for your return, ready for action and excitement and helping.  We’ve been working on projects and improving the Law Library all summer, and those of us who teach have been preparing our new classes, but as they say in too many movies, it has been quiet.  TOO quiet.

But we have our Practice Ready Institute classes starting this coming Monday the 14th, Orientation for transfer students is on Tuesday the 15th, and our three-day Orientation for new 1Ls starts on Wednesday the 16th.

Our Law Library hours for this coming week are as follows:
Saturday 8/12 – Sunday 8/13: CLOSED
Monday 8/14 – Tuesday 8/15: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8/16: 8:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Thursday 8/17: 8:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday 8/18: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 8/19 – Sunday 8/20: CLOSED
 
But after that, we will be resuming our regular hours for the Fall semester:
Monday – Thursday: 7:30 AM – Midnight
Friday: 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – Midnight

We’re thrilled that you’ll all be back soon, to liven up the doldrums of August.  Do stop by.  Hopefully you’ll spend a lot of time here, and you will love our comfortable new study rooms, which you can reserve through our Law Library website (once again, http://eguides.barry.edu/BarryLawLibraryHome).  Get to know our staff, and we’ll look forward to getting to know you.  If you’re new to Orlando (or even if you aren’t), I’ll recommend you the best restaurants in town.   And we’ll enjoy the air conditioning and look forward to September together.

Law Library is open until MIDNIGHT on Friday 7/21 and Saturday 7/22

For those of you studying for final exams or the Bar Exam next week, the Barry Law Library will be extending its hours TOMORROW (Friday, July 21st) and Saturday, July 22nd, until midnight, just so you can spend as much time preparing here as possible.
 
If you stay late tomorrow or Saturday, please be sure to thank our diligent student workers keeping the place open into the night!
 
Our entire staff wishes you the best on your finals and on the Bar Exam!
We will also be closed to outside visitors starting this Monday, July 24th, until Tuesday, August 1st.