The Law Library will be presenting a series of short research workshops on Thursdays at 3:00 p.m. Please see the descriptions below for locations of each workshop. Advanced registration is required for all sessions - contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Refreshments will be served at each session.
March 12 - Come on Get App-y: Mobile Apps for Law Students
In this workshop, you'll learn about mobile apps for legal research, study aids, legal practice, news, and more. Bring your phone and join us by the Law Library's 3rd floor entrance at 3:00 p.m.
March 19 - Gaining Context: Utilizing LexisNexis Context Tool
Context on Lexis Advance allows you to analyze persuasive language and frequently cited cases to help practitioners tailor their arguments successfully. Join Alex Peck from LexisNexis at 3:00 for a live, virtual demonstration on how to use Context to find helpful information on judges, expert witnesses, and courts and how to use that information to bolster your argument.
March 26 - Census 2020: Why it counts!
Come to Census 2020: Why it Counts! to learn about how the Census is conducted, how it impacts your political representation and distribution of government resources, and how to search Census data. Join us in Room 1304.
April 2 - Pick up your Productivity with Procertas
The Procertas Legal Tech Assessment (LTA) is a platform that offers tutorials and assessments on Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Acrobat. To help Loyola Law students achieve proficiency in using these core productivity tools before getting out into practice, the Law Library is providing access to the LTA. If you are interested in learning more about why use of these technology tools matters to legal employers, please join us in Room 1303 for a presentation by Procertas Founder Casey Flaherty on the importance of technological competence and the LTA’s role in building your skill sets.