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Legal Research Instruction and Lectures

Law librarians are uniquely qualified to instruct students in both the theory and practical aspects of legal research. Each of Regent Law Library’s Research Services Librarians has earned both a law degree and a graduate degree in information science. Librarians are available to guest lecture on specialized research topics, to lead hands-on training sessions in the library, to demonstrate effective use of library resources, and to provide individual assistance to particular students. Sessions may last as long as three hours or as little as thirty minutes and may be custom-tailored to meet your teaching goals.

In the past, law faculty members have requested lectures or training sessions on topics including:

  • Labor Law & Labor Arbitration Law
  • Legislative History Research
  • Federal Administrative Law
  • School Law
  • Tax Law

Faculty interested in scheduling a research lecture or other course-related instruction should contact their Library Liaison directly,with as much lead time as possible.

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