The Law Library offers a wealth of services to Suffolk University Law School students.
- Research guides, webographies, and treatises are a good way to begin your research when you are studying or writing a paper in a new area of law.
- See our new Guide to Student Writing for Publication and Prizes to learn about how to get your papers published or enter them into competitions.
- If a book or article you need is not available at the Moakley or Sawyer library, the librarians can request it from another library through an interlibrary loan.
- If you need Bluebooking help, then our Bluebook Guide for law students is a great starting point.
- The online maps can save you time when you're looking for items in the library.
- Use our online reservation system to sign up for a group study room.
- Learn about legal apps that can help you study for law school exams, prepare for the bar and do research faster and more efficiently.
- We have audio CDs with detailed lectures in more than 20 areas of law.
- When it's time to start searching for a summer or post-graduation job, see the the library's guide on Job Hunting Made Easier.
- We encourage the use of CALI exercises in preparation for exams.
- We offer several short online tutorials on library and legal resources including LexisNexis and Westlaw.
- We can do advanced or refresher trainings in Westlaw, LexisNexis, and our research databases.
- The Suffolk Law Library Blog notes current developments that our patrons may find interesting.
- The Bibliography for Incoming Law Students is a basic guide for students who have asked for reading
recommendations and want to learn more about law school and the legal process before they begin their official journey as law students.
- Our Summer Resources page has valuable information related to summer jobs and classes.
Reference and research assistance is available in person at the Reference Desk in the Moakley Law Library, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by telephone (617-573-8516).