Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Reserve a Study Carrel

Last year we allowed students studying for the bar to reserve a study carrel for their personal use.  Based on the positive feedback from that program this year we are making 27 of the law library’s 80 study carrels available for students to reserve during the Fall trimester. Each class will be allotted 9 carrels.

Carrels will be made available on a first come, first served model.  Sign-up will begin Thursday September 6th at 8am at the circulation desk.

3Ls may select a carrel anywhere in the library. 3Ls who have a reserved carrel will be able to renew their carrel for Bar Study provided it is on the Mezzanine level.


1Ls and 2Ls may only select carrels in the lower level.


After the September 12, if fewer than 27 carrels are reserved the unclaimed carrels may be reserved by members of any class. A waiting list will be established during sign up for this purpose.

Any carrels not reserved by October 15 will remain an open carrel for the rest of the trimester.

The library staff will not disturb materials left in study carrels, however, the library is not responsible for lost or stolen items.


Carrels must be kept neat and clean. Trash, particularly perishable food items, wrappers, or containers must be properly disposed of at the end of each day.

Any damage to the carrel must be reported to the library staff promptly.

Before attaching anything to the carrel you must check with Wayne Goke to ensure it will not damage the carrels.


The library staff reserves the right to require material inappropriate for a professional environment be removed.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

New Year, New Software?

Did you get a shiny new Mac for the holidays, but not a new copy of MS Office?  Are you still making do with the version of Office you got your freshman year in college?  If so, don't forget that Elon has teamed up with Kivuto to provide free and low cost access to several software packages including Microsoft Office.  To learn more visit the technology wiki page:  https://wiki.elon.edu/display/TECH/Kivuto%27s+OnTheHub+Software+Downloads

Thursday, February 9, 2017

The Return of Breakfast Bytes! | Feb. 15 @ 9:30am


The Breakfast Bytes program, presented by the Elon Law Library, will return on Wednesday, February 15th from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the Commons.


Join us for informal sit-down demonstrations of Microsoft Word formatting tips and tricks to get your LMC assignments and your legal documents in tip-top shape!

Struggling with single and double spacing and how many spaces to put in a court caption?  Are your legal memo outlines mysteriously reformatting themselves every time you look away from your computer?

We can help with that!

Stop by and grab a breakfast byte of knowledge and a breakfast treat to keep you going.

When:     Wednesday, February 15 from 9:30 a.m. -- 10:30 a.m.
Where:    Cemala Commons

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

ProQuest Products Maintenance Downtime Alert:


ProQuest products will be unavailable from 10:00pm EST January 28, 2017 until 7:00am EST January 29, 2017.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Monday, October 31, 2016

Breakfast Bytes | Law Commons, Tuesday Nov. 1st, 10am - 11:30am

Takk (own work), [CC-BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)], via Wikimedia Commons



Join the Law Library in the Law Commons tomorrow at 10am for a quick Breakfast Bytes tech demo to help you hone your lawyerly skills!

This week we'll show you how to use OneNote Notebook and the Send to OneNote tool to enhance your notes and outlines!

Whether you're a 1L new to the study of law or a veteran 3L, these tips and tricks can make your life easier.



Disclaimer: Images in blog do not represent a promise as to the size, type, or quantity of breakfast treats available at Breakfast Bytes events. Treats in image may be larger than they appear in real life.  All standard disclaimers apply.  Treats are not a wholly owned subsidiary of Tasty Breakfast Treats, LLC.  In fact, we're not sure if Tasty Breakfast Treats, LLC is a real company. You should drop by the Commons and find out.