To schedule a consultation with a law librarian to discuss a research project or for assistance accessing library resources please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your availability. We will do our best to accommodate your schedule or find a mutually workable time to meet.
All appointments will be scheduled using Zoom.
The Law Library has secured a 60-day subscription to the online Bluebook.
For access to this resource send an email to email@example.com requesting a registration key. To expedite processing and verification, be sure to email us from your HUSL email address. The 60-day period starts on the date the key is registered.
Kanopy, provided by main campus is an on-demand service. When faculty identify a film that is not immediately available, look for the link to complete the Kanopy request form. To request access fill out the Kanopy request form and include your course number. Filling out the form will alert main campus library and your request will be reviewed for access to a limited one-year license.
In response to university and library closures around the world, some vendors have made their online resources accessible at no cost. The resources listed below include information about how to access this content while it's available. Please note that these resources have only been made available on a temporary basis and are subject to change without notice.
If you have any questions about access generally, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All materials on the NCLC Digital Library are temporarily accessible using a dedicated username/password for the HUSL community. Coverage includes Consumer Arbitration Agreements, Bankruptcy Law and Practice, Class Actions, Fair Debt Collection, Mortgage Lending, and Student Loan Law. Reach out to email@example.com for the login. To expedite processing and verification, be sure to email us from your HUSL email address. Tips and tricks to navigate the Digital Library can be found online.
Project Muse is making scholarly content from participating publishers temporarily available at no cost through their platform.
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