New Catalog launched, most Library services restored

The University of Chicago Library has launched its new Library Catalog, and most Library services that were temporarily interrupted during the transition period are now restored. Borrow Direct is not yet available. As of today, Lens and the previous Catalog are retired. Continue reading »

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Researching legal employers

We want to welcome students back to the Law School after what we hope have been productive and enjoyable summers. To help students prepare for their on campus interviews, we’ve put together an online guide for Researching Legal Employers. Continue reading »

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Robert Maynard Hutchins Papers available for research

A youthful Robert M. Hutchins in 1929The Robert Maynard Hutchins Papers are now available for research. This collection is distinct from the Office of the President, Hutchins Administration Records, and includes material pertaining to Hutchins’ research, writing, and speaking; material relevant to his professional activities; correspondence; … Continue reading »

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Library service interruptions begin July 15

The University of Chicago Library will begin implementing its new Library Catalog and new library management system, Kuali OLE, on August 1 at 5 p.m. From July 15 to mid-August, UChicago patrons will be able to search the current Library Catalog and Lens, check out materials, and place Scan & Deliver and online purchase requests, but some services will be interrupted, delayed, or delivered in different ways. Continue reading »

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New printing service coming to libraries and residence halls in August

07/31/14 update: The transition to the new printing service has been rescheduled to begin the week of August 11. See below for further information. In early August, a new printing service will be rolled out to campus libraries and residence … Continue reading »

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Lyonette Louis-Jacques receives award for her outstanding service to AALL’s Foreign, Comparative and International Law Special Interest Section

 This past weekend many of D’Angelo’s librarians were away at the Annual Meeting and Conference of the American Association of Law Libraries.  A great conference made even better by a (surprise!) award to our own Lyonette Louis-Jacques.  The Foreign, Comparative … Continue reading »

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Act now to transfer My Lists and My Discoveries from the current Catalog and Lens

The new Library Catalog, currently in beta testing, is scheduled to go into production in early August. At that point, the current Library Catalog and Lens will be retired. We encourage you to act now if you want to save lists stored using My Lists in the Catalog or My Discoveries in Lens . Continue reading »

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Law Library July 4 holiday hours

In observance of the University holiday, all campus libraries will be closed on Friday, July 4. In addition, the Law School, including the D’Angelo Law Library, will be closing at 2 pm on Thursday, July 3. Continue reading »

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Practical Law now integrated into WestlawNext

Screenshot of WestlawNextThe resource Practical Law (formerly known as Practical Law Company) is now integrated into the WestlawNext platform for all academic users. Practical Law focuses on transactional law and provides model documents (with legal drafting and negotiating tips), step-by-step checklists, timelines, handy … Continue reading »

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D’Angelo Law Library spring interim hours, March 15 – March 25

Beginning Saturday, March 15, the D’Angelo Law Library will have reduced building hours for the spring interim. Normal hours resume Wednesday, March 26. Continue reading »

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