Lucille Stewart Beeson Law Library

With more than 200,000 shelved volumes and 96,000 volumes on microfiche as well as 16 conference rooms and 474 study spaces, the Lucille Stewart Beeson Law Library is an extraordinary facility, created for serious study, deliberation and the development of great ideas. Learn More

Reference Help - send reference requests to lawref@samford.edu or text 205-730-5547 We will respond as soon as possible to requests made between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday.

The Lucille Stewart Beeson Law Library will reopen for faculty, students, and staff of the Cumberland School of Law on Monday, August 17. The law library will continue to remain closed to all other patrons until further notice.

 

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 Per Samford University policy, face masks are required.
• In all indoor public spaces, including hallways and gathering areas outside of classrooms.

• Properly over your nose and mouth.

Thank you for complying with the university mask mandate.

 

Fall 2021 Hours  - August 16th to December 9th 
Monday to Friday 7:30 am - 10:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm -10:00 pm

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Online Legal Forms: Where to Find Them at No Cost
September 20, 2021
If you begin practice as a solo practitioner, the cost of doing business will be of prime concern; any expenditure that can be reduced will improve the bottom line. As a member of the state bar association, you will have access to a legal database service, including many resources and forms available at no cost.  
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Learn Legal Research with the Law Library of Congress
September 13, 2021
The Law Library of Congress provides legal research instruction to members of the public through its Legal Research Institute. The following is information about the instruction that is provided.  
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Save and Organize Your Research: Tools Available in Bloomberg Law, Lexis+, and Westlaw Edge
August 30, 2021
When you are working on any research project, it is important to save and organize discovered information in a way that makes it easily retrievable for future review. Many tools are available that can be used to assist with the organization of your research materials. Bloomberg Law, Lexis+, and Westlaw Edge are legal databases that offer solutions for storing and sorting the information that you discover while engaging in research. 
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