Student Resources


Valentines’ day is here again, being met with celebration by many, or not so much depending on who you ask! However, beyond the chocolates, flowers, and heartfelt sentiments lies a legal landscape entwined with intriguing aspects of relationships, contracts, and rights. Below is a short list of books here in our collection that may help


The rigorous coursework in addition to the many other demands of law school can take a toll on students’ mental health. Stress, anxiety, and burnout are common experiences among law students due to heavy workloads, competitive environments, and high expectations. Neglecting wellness can lead to decreased productivity, diminished academic performance, and long-term health issues. It’s


October is upon us, and Halloween is right around the corner, a time when ghouls and goblins take center stage. While Law Libraries aren’t typically known for keeping collections of vampire romance novels or tales of ghostly apparitions, nonetheless we’ve taken it upon ourselves to unearth some spine-chilling treasures from our shelves. Read along as


The fall semester has started and it’s time to make sure you’re staying on top of all you need to get done. In this post, I’ll be listing some great (free!) planning tools and apps to help manage a busy class schedule and all those actual life tasks that need to be accomplished. 1) Notion


Nothing helps fight the anxiety of a job interview like preparation. If you are interviewing for a job at a law firm, you have a powerful ally on your side: legal analytics. You can use analytics to find helpful statistics on law firms or individual attorneys that can: (1) help you decide if that firm


Check out the Law Library’s new research guide: Using eBooks at UNC! With the proliferation of eBook platforms available for research and study, there are many different ways to identify eBooks and different access rules for each platform. The legal study aid platforms are particularly varied in terms of viewing books, utilizing apps, and navigating


If you are taking an RWE class this semester, enrolled in one of UNC’s dual degree programs, or an externship, you may need to complete some non-legal research. Luckily, UNC libraries provide a plethora of helpful resources to help you complete research in any field. First, don’t forget to take advantage of the law library’s resources! That includes


The Almanac of the Federal Judiciary is an invaluable resource for researching federal judges. Published by Wolters Kluwer, it provides biographic profiles, financial disclosure information, noteworthy rulings, media coverage, and commentary by attorneys who have firsthand experience practicing in front of their local judges. It is updated semi-annually and covers all judges in the federal


With classes beginning this week at the law school, there is one thing on everyone’s mind: the Bluebook! Especially for first year students, the Bluebook can feel labyrinthian and intimidating. Luckily, members of the UNC law community have access to many helpful resources for brushing up on citation writing. First, here are some helpful training


March is Women’s History Month, and UNC Libraries, including the Kathrine R. Everett Law Library, have many resources to help students and faculty research women’s history at UNC and in North Carolina, women and the law, gender studies, gender and the law, and many other related topics. Information about events related to women’s history at