2020 Law Library Survey
Each academic year, the law library conducts a survey of our law students to assess how well we are serving your needs. The more students who respond, the better we will be able to match our resources and services to your needs. Access the survey here. 
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Using HeinOnline to Explore the Legislative History Behind the Federal Holiday
On Monday, January 20, the Lucille S. Beeson Law Library will be closed in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. HeinOnline is one of the many law library resources that can be explored to gain a better understanding of the journey the 1968 bill to declare this a national holiday took to become law.  
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Self-Care and Wellness: Campus Resources
Sometimes, law school can present moments of high stress and at times it can be easy to forget about self-care and wellness. Fortunately, Samford University provides numerous resources to law students that can be used to implement and maintain a wellness routine throughout their law school years. 
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Planning Your Library Study Schedule: Five Things to Remember
As the spring 2020 semester begins, it is important for law students to map out a schedule that allows you to accomplish all of your goals. As you plan your library study schedule, here are five things to remember:  
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