Dannnye K. Holley, Dean and Professor of Law

Thurgood Law Library Events and Instructional Programs - Videos

Instructional Programs
Law Librarians deliver lectures on introductory and advanced legal research topics and instruct patrons in the use of all types of electronic information. The Law Library hosts several events throughout the school year to deliver these lectures.

Faculty members are encouraged to schedule library instruction for their classes. The purpose of these sessions is to demonstrate specific library print and electronic resources to support a particular course or instructional program. Also, faculty members may schedule a session for themselves or their department.

The best way to coordinate research and library instruction for your class is to contact reference librarians by email: lawlibraryhelp@tmslaw.tsu.edu or call the library circulation desk at 713-313-7125 to be transferred to the appropriate librarian.


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Statutory Research Spring 2022

 

Crash Course in Legal Research


Summer Research Assistant Program


Brown Bag Sessions: Lexis Digital Library

Brown Bag Sessions: Bluebook Review (pdf)

Brown Bag Sessions: Navigating the New Catalog (pdf)                                                          

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