St. Thomas Law Library Faculty Services Blog

A Blog for St. Thomas Law Faculty interested in library services.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

The New Faculty Services Page Table of Contents

Faculty Services Page
What’s New:
Contact Information:
Law Library Guide for Faculty
Faculty Publications
Recent Acquisitions
Faculty Biographies
Research Requests
Research Request Form
Inter-disciplinary & Legal searches Document Retrieval
Assistance with Library Sources
Audio-Visual Requests
Set-up Request Form
Computer Assistance
Classroom Assistance
Purchase Requests
Book, DVD, Database Purchase Request Form
Office Copies
Interlibrary Loan Requests
Inter-Library Loan Request Form
Main Library

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

I got married last week! So if you were wondering where I was....Viva Las Vegas!

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

American Arbitration Association awards now on Lexis

Available only on Lexis, hitherto inaccessible arbitration awards are now accessible in Lexis under the database identifier AAA. Party names and some other information is redacted for privacy reasons.

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Quick Form: Electronic Interlibrary Loan

For a Quick ILL without the paperwork, the Law Library has established a web form. After completing the form, the data is transmitted to the law library and your request submitted.

Try it.

Friday, February 24, 2006

A Digital Library of Europe

The national libraries of Europe are combining forces to produce a single, searchable database of library holdings called “The European Library.” Currently the collections of 12 libraries are linked, with many more libraries to follow. On-line electronic articles are also searchable and linked when available. This site has the potential to allow researchers to discover hard-to-find library materials in Europe.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

New Immigration Source – Bender’s Immigration Bulletin

Bender’s has initiated a free website devoted to immigration issues: .
The site joins others such as Immigration Daily and VisaPro to keep you on top of this rapidly evolving area of legal practice.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Rob surveys law Student Blogs

Recently published, Rob Hudson conducted a survey of law students’ perception of law libraries. The article compiles student comments on books, librarians, study conditions, and many other subjects.