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Monday - Friday 7:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Saturday 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM

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Saturday 2:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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LexisNexis Courtroom Cast is the home of AudioCaseFiles, offering downloadable MP3 files of edited judicial opinions, along with full text of the edited opinion, a brief fact summary, and the rule of law. Courtroom Cast Video offers the world's largest online library of courtroom video, with thousands of hours of trials, hearings, and oral arguments from around the nation.

Law School Hints and News

Tips to Learn and Work More Efficiently

During law school, you have to absorb a lot of information to form a high level of understanding of each subject. To master a subject, find a method that allows you to learn the subject’s main concepts from their basic ideas and then work your way to understanding them to the point where you can adapt the concepts to new questions or situations that you face.

Putting hours into studying can yield great results, but you want to get the most out of the time you invest. Doing nothing but working on a task for hours on end can lead to burnout, physical discomfort, and stress. To get the most out of the time that you put into any task it has been found that cycles of 52 minutes of focused work followed by 17 minutes of a break that includes physical activity allows you to be the most productive. If you are studying at home, during your 17 minute breaks, take the opportunity to do little things such as cleaning dishes, dusting, folding clothes, or working out. Being productive during your down time will allow your ‘breaks’ to be guilt free and will boost your mental wellbeing too!

Monthly Showcase


Happy New Year! In February, we celebrate the contributions of African-Americans during Black History Month. If you would like to check out any of these books, please ask the circulation staff to place a hold on it for you, and you will receive it at the end of the month.

FAMU Law Library Online Repository

 

FAMU Law Library
 

Be sure to visit the Library’s Online Repository at http://commons.law.famu.edu/.

The Repository holds a variety of publications and documents that could be useful for projects and research. Alumni, faculty, and student academic publications are available free to access to anyone on the web and cover a wide variety of topics. Through the online repository platform, FAMU College of Law’s Scholarly Commons scholarship has reached thousands of researchers around the world. To see the readership that the College's scholarship has, you can view the daily downloads of the Repository’s holdings through a map located at the bottom of the main page.

The Repository also hosts materials on FAMU College of Law’s founding, including information on the efforts of Virgil Hawkins to enter into the profession of law.

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