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The Center for Automated Legal Instruction (CALI) is a library of over 1,000 interactive legal tutorials written by law professors and geared towards law students. CALI also includes podcasts on various legal topics, designed to help students master particular concepts in law.
Consolidate Smaller Tasks into a Single Time Slot to Enhance Your Efforts All Around
During law school, health and life maintaining activities can get set aside to address pressures such as reading for class, studying, and pursuing internship and job leads. While it is good to give important projects the time they need, you should take time to accomplish the tasks needed to maintain your wellbeing.
You can do a lot in five minutes to improve your quality of life. You can . You can . You can even make . While taking five minutes for life maintaining tasks is great, setting aside a set time in your schedule to bundle together smaller tasks into a concentrated effort has been found to have a number of . By deliberately accomplishing a series of smaller tasks you can enter a state of flow, knock several items off your to-do list, and clean up your mental and physical spaces from the clutter that can .
In February, we celebrate Black History Month. Learn about some key African-American figures in America's history below. 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.
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.