Archive for the ‘library news’ Category

  • Copy Machines

    The library has one self-service copy machine located in the reserve area on the 2nd floor. The copy machine accepts change, one and five dollar bills and Seattle University campus cards that have value added to the debit account. Value can be added to your campus card using e-Accounts. Additional information is available on the […] Read more...
  • National Library Week, April 13-19, 2014

    This week, Seattle University Law Library joins libraries in schools, campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week. First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country to highlight the value of libraries and library personnel and to promote library […] Read more...
  • Non-Legal Research

    Westlaw, Lexis and Bloomberg all have some non-legal resources (including news, business and people finding tools), but sometimes you need more than that. Lemieux Library, SU’s undergraduate library, subscribes to a number of useful databases. Look through the list by subject area to find multiple resources for your research. Read more...
  • Legal Dictionaries

    The library has a number of different legal dictionaries, but you can also find a variety of dictionaries freely available online.  Options range from early editions of Black’s Law Dictionaries to the Glossary of provided by the U.S. Courts website. You can find these and more discussed in this guide to legal dictionaries. Read more...
  • National Library Week, April 13-19, 2014

    This week, Seattle University Law Library joins libraries in schools, campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week.  First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country to highlight the value of libraries and library personnel and to promote library use and support. Read more...
  • Welcome Back from Spring Break

    To start the remainder of the semester off right, the library would like to remind you about some of our policies: turn off cell phone ringers upon entering the library and take all cell phone conversations outside the library; do not hold cell phone conversations in the stairwells as voices carry be courteous and keep […] Read more...
  • Featured Library Artwork: Political and Judicial Caricatures in Study Room 306

    British newspapers from the Edwardian and Victorian eras are full of scandalous trials, giving the defendants and lawyers involved a certain celebrity status. Like modern tabloids, the newspaper reports captivated the public’s imagination through stories of intrigue, love, violence, and especially murder. The magazine Vanity Fair, which is still in print today, often published caricatures […] Read more...
  • Borrow a Seattle Public Library Book on your Kindle

    Bet you didn’t know you can do this!  This LibGuide tells you how to send electronic reading material to your Kindle or any device with the Kindle app. Read more...
  • Change to Access Policy for Court Level Materials

    Notice of upcoming change: Beginning January 6, 2014, the Library Court Level will close at 6pm each day. Material shelved in the Court Level can be retrieved by library staff after 6 p.m. on request. Read more...
  • ID Card Needed for Law School Building & Law Library Access

    Please note that you need your university identification card to get into the law school and law library during specified times. More information about library hours and access is available here. Read more...