Boston College Law Library
New Study Resource - LSA's Outline Database
This year, the LSA's Online Students Resources Committee collected over 130 course outlines for BC Law courses and organized the outlines into a searchable Outlines Database. Thanks to the work of LSA and the generosity of the BC Law students who donated their outlines, this resource is now available to all BC Law students. Image by Jonathan McIntosh, CC BY-SA.
Preservation and Political Instability
Preservation Week is also a time to consider the importance of protecting cultural heritage during international political instability. In the new book The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu-- And Their Race to Save the World’s Most Precious Manuscripts, Joshua Hammer writes about the 2012 partial seizure of Mali by Al-Qaeda militants and the emergency response preservation efforts by librarian Abdel Kader Haidara and others, who helped collect and save hundreds of thousands of historical Arabic manuscripts. Read a review of the book at the Washinton Post. Image by Holger Reineccius, CC BY- SA
Wondering What Your Exams Will Look Like?
We can't tell you what's going to be on your exams, but the Law Library has the next best thing: past exams from BC Law professors. You'll need to be logged into your BC Gmail account to access the exams. Also, check out this research guide on Exam Tips and Resources for more on study tools and de-stressing strategies.
ExamSoft time--fast approaching!
Exam time is almost here. Please make sure you have downloaded ExamSoft to your laptop. If you need assistance, stop by the Student Computing Help Center located in the Law Library. https://ei.examsoft.com/GKWeb/login/bclaw
UIS web interface for registration
Use UIS web interface to register for classes. You may find it a bit easier to use than the UIS client.