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Journal Orientation 2021: Introduction

Questions?

Reference Desk
August 16, 2021 - December 10, 2021):

     Monday - Thursday: 9am - 4pm
     Friday: 10am - 2pm
     Saturday - Sunday: Closed.

General Question for the Library?
Please complete this Questions for the Law Library? form.

Request a one-on-one Consultation:
Please complete our Student Research Request form. 

Introduction

Congratulations on being selected as a member of one of the law journals here at Emory Law School.  As part of your work with your journal, you will find the library to be a great partner in your research.  As an initial introduction, we highly recommend the resources below when starting any journal project.

Emory Law Subject Guides:  We currently have over 30 guides covering a wide range of topics.  Each guide provides details on the subject along with links to numerous electronic resources to help you with your research.

Electronic Resources: Find law library databases by subjects related to your journal and topic.

Student Research Consultations:  Any time you need assistance with research, finding a resource, or developing a topic for a paper, feel free to fill out our student research consultation form to set up a meeting with one of our highly skilled librarians.

Library Reference Desk: Our friendly and knowledgeable research librarians will be happy to help with figuring out citations, finding cited resources, and suggesting resources for your projects. Stop by the Reference Desk at the hours listed.

Subject Guide