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Parking Pass Reminders

Just a reminder that if you use an annual parking pass, the passes are good through July 31. Starting August 1 you will need to display the 2018-2019 annual parking tag. For more information about CSU parking, visit Parking Services.

Professor Mead Publishes Article on Yale Journal on Regulation’s Notice and Comment Blog

J_MEAD.jpgProfessor Joseph Mead published a piece discussing potential SCOTUS nominee Joan Larsen’s views on separation of powers and administrative law at the Yale Journal on Regulation’s Notice & Comment blog. The citation is Joseph Mead, Judge Joan Larsen on Separation of Powers and Administrative Law, 36 Yale J. on Reg.: Notice & Comment (2018), and the article is available below:

New Signs Highlight Reference Resources


New signs are up in the Reference Area to highlight a few of the most frequently used print resources and to help patrons find good places to start researching. Each sign features a few tips on the content of the resource and an image that users can scan with their smartphones, linking to a short video with additional information about the resource.




Law Library Closed for Independence Day

The law library will be closed on Wednesday July 4, 2018 in observance of Independence Day.

The hours for the rest of the summer are as follows:

Thursday, July 5      7am-10pm

Reading and Exam Period:  July 6-10

Friday, July 6          7am-10pm

Saturday, July 7       9am-10pm

Sunday, July 8         9am-midnight

Monday, July 9        7am-midnight

Tuesday, July 10      7am-midnight


Bar Study:  July 11-22

Monday-Thursday    7am-10pm

Friday                        7am-8pm

Saturday                    9am-5pm

Sunday                      9am-8pm


Intersession: July 23-August 12

Monday-Friday 7am-5pm

Saturday            closed

Sunday              closed

New Online Mindfulness Community for Lawyers and Students

Are you looking for ways to reduce stress, manage anxiety, or just make sure you take a few minutes to breathe every day? Practicing mindfulness can help, and is a valuable part of maintaining wellness and finding work-life balance. A new online community is geared specifically for lawyers interested in mindful practices.

The Mindful Lawyers Community, founded by Jeena Cho and Lauren Clark Rad, offers support and connection. The “goal is to bring together like-minded lawyers who live with mindfulness, value creative practices and care about building a sustainable career with purpose and meaning.” Law students and anyone connected to the legal field are welcome to join. Membership includes unlimited access to the community via Slack, quarterly webinars hosted by experts, drop-in video chat sessions, daily writing and creativity prompts, and monthly habit sprints.

For more on mental health and well-being for law students, check out our resource guide and work-life balance board on Pinterest.