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Updated COVID-19 Announcement

by Casey Duncan on 2020-03-19T08:32:05-05:00 | Comments

Emergency Closure and Updated Hours

Effective 5pm, Wednesday March 13 President Bell's Emergency Declaration for The University of Alabama has closed all campus libraries, including the Bounds Law Library, until further notice. 

This order supersedes the Law Library's current Spring Break hours as posted in the blog and elsewhere on the Law Library Website.

Remote Services & Resources Guide

The Law Library has created an online “Remote Learning Resources” guide. This guide will provide updated information and instructions about law library and campus resources that will support remote research and study, including information regarding Digital Access to Casebooks and the Bluebook.

 

Virtual Reference

On Monday, March 23rd the Law Library will be launching a “virtual” reference service.  This service will allow members of the law school community the opportunity to schedule a meeting and remotely interact with a reference librarian.  Law Librarians will continue to be available via email.


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