Go Nuts Over Spring Break!

“In a nutshell, Spring Break is a time to gather your resources and make a plan for moving forward.”

-Alison Monahan, co-founder of the Law School Toolbox

Spring Break is 2 weeks away!  What are your spring break plans?

One option is to come visit us at the library.  That’s right, the Ruth Lilly Law Library will be open over spring break, and we would love to see you.

Our hours are shortened to give you some time for fun:

RLLL Hours

 

 

 

 

⇐Spring Break Hours!

 

 

 

 

 

 

⇐Regular Hours resume Sunday, March 22, 10:00 AM – Midnight


 

Additionally, we are featuring a display starting today about Nutshells in our collection that are relevant to your classes.

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Unsure about Nutshells?  They are pocket-sized study aids written by experts in the field that provide concise yet detail-oriented information tailored to a specific area of the law.

Contracts Nutshell

Image Credit: West Academic

Come check out a Nutshell for your spring break studying!

What other Study Aids are out there?  Find more Study Aids at our library!

 

Featured Image Credit: Nick Kenrick

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About Laura M. Summers

Come visit me at Circulation! As a current library science student, I am interested in the interplay of libraries, the government, and the law. I have an avid interest in correctional facility libraries, and hope to be a part of bettering our approach to patrons behind bars.

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