Whether you have been spinning your wheels for hours on a Legal Bibliography assignment, unable to get started on a research paper, or are having trouble tracking down a source for your law review article, we can help. The reference librarians are here to help you with all of your research needs. You are asking yourself then, “How can I get in contact with a reference librarian?” Here are a couple of ways.
1. Chat Reference: Whether you are at home, on the train, or at a baseball game, you can always get in contact with a reference librarian by using our chat reference service. The chat reference service is located on every page of the Law Library’s website. Just look for the little red tab on the left side of the screen. Chat reference is operated while the reference desk is open. To see the reference desk hours, consult our calendar.
2. Reference Desk: If you are on campus, stop by the reference desk. The reference desk is staffed by reference librarians and reference graduate research assistants (GRA). To see the reference desk hours, consult our calendar.
3. Email, Telephone, In Person: If you would like to get help from a specific reference librarian, you can contact us by email, phone, or in person. To get our email addresses, phone numbers, and room numbers, refer to the Law Library’s directory. Generally, if you would like to meet in person, send us an email ahead of time with information about your question, so that we can set aside time to meet with you and do some preliminary research on your topic.