Support for Law Students
The Law Library offers many services and resources for students, including:
- 1L MS Word PowerPoint presentation
This resource is tailored for the Legal Analysis Writing and Research curriculum (revised 2018) (also available in PDF)
- See also: 1L Word Skills Worksheet
- Microsoft Word 2016 PowerPoint presentation
These slides demonstrate practice-oriented skills on Microsoft Word 2016 for students participating in the Law School’s Clinical Legal Education program. (also available in PDF)
- Microsoft Word Tutorials
This guide contains short videos that will walk you through some of the skills and functions on Microsoft Word that you will need to know to complete your LAWR assignments or draft legal documents. The guide contains videos for both Mac and PC.
- Technology Orientation PowerPoint presentation
Everything you need to know about iPrint and Technology services for Law Students.
- Computers, Scanners and Printing in the Law Library
The University at Buffalo, the University at Buffalo School of Law, and the University Libraries provide computing resources to assist law students, faculty, and staff.
- Course Reserve
Search for materials selected by faculty for reading in print or online.
Many past exams may be available through one of the following sources:
- online through the Past Law School, or
- on reserve at the Law Library Circulation Desk (paper only).
Please note that not all exams are made available.
Request materials from other institutions, other libraries at UB, or the Annex (UB Libraries storage facility).
- My Account
Charged items, self-renewals, fines/fees, recalls.
- Ask a Reference Question
Reference Librarians welcome your questions in person or via phone, email or IM. You can teach yourself using our Learning Legal Research page.
- Study Spaces
Find study spaces in the Law Library and elsewhere on campus.