Exams Are Almost Here! Law Library Staff Are Ready and Willing to Help Students Prepare

It’s almost exam time! The University is hosting several activities across campus — known as De-Stress Fest — to make getting through a little bit easier. 

The Law Library staff also have lots of ways to help you prepare.

Library extended hours run from Saturday, Dec. 1 through Thursday, Dec. 13, 7:30 a.m. to midnight. The 9th floor computer labs will stay open until 2 a.m.

Group Study Rooms: Only UB School of Law students may reserve a group study room. Rooms can be reserved up to seven days in advance and must be made by 7 p.m. the day before the reservation. You must register with VEMS to reserve a group study room. Follow these instructions and be sure to allow at least 24 hours for your registration to be confirmed. You will not be able to reserve a study room until your registration is confirmed, so register early. Questions? Contact Adeen Postar or Joanne Colvin.

Laptops: Laptops for use in exams will be distributed from the Exam Control Room (AL608). Library laptops may not be used for exams.

Library Exam Refreshers: Coffee, tea and assorted snacks will be available on the 7th Floor in the Library beginning Monday, Dec. 3 at around 5 p.m.

Need A Study Aid or Hypotheticals? Visit the Study Aids page for suggestions and the Library’s Sample Bar Questions by topic from the Maryland State Board of Bar Examiners to practice answering your essays. The online collection of West Study Aids will also help you prepare for you exams. You may find CALI lessons another good tool to use for studying for your exams – register with your UB email address with the code BALTUVstu14.

Please be respectful of your fellow students and maintain a quiet and professional atmosphere in the Library at all times.

The Law Library staff wish you the very best of luck on your exams! If they can be of help during this stressful time, whether it’s recommending study aids or just helping to maintain a quiet environment in the Library, let them know by coming to the 7th Floor Service Desk or by emailing them at lawlibref@ubalt.edu.

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The University of Baltimore School of Law provides a rigorously practical education, combining doctrinal coursework, intensive writing instruction, nationally renowned clinics and community-based learning to ensure that its graduates are exceptionally well prepared to practice law.
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