Moakley Law Library

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Law Library Announcements & Resources in Response to COVID-19 and Suffolk's Transition to Online Instruction.

Distance Education Resources
Tips for distance education teaching with links to related articles, includes: course content and organization; assessments; instruction, engagement and interaction; recommended tech tools; and ways to build and sustain community online.

Faculty Continuity of Learning Resources
Highlights ways that the law library can help you as you transition to online teaching -- from remote reference; e-content for your courses; Zoom support; and more.
Student Continuity of Learning Resources
While the Moakley Law Library physical space is closed until further notice, the legal research librarians and staff are working remotely and are actively engaged and dedicated to providing top notch services to Suffolk Law students, faculty and staff.

Checked-Out Items and Overdue Books
The health and safety of our patrons is our top priority. If you currently have any law library materials or inter-library loan items checked-out, please hold on to them and when the campus is re-opened, and you feel it is safe to do so, please drop off or mail us your returns. While the law library is closed due to COVID-19, law library patrons will not accrue overdue fines or penalties of any kind.

 

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Virtual Research Desk
Email lawref@suffolk.edu
Monday - Thursday
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday        9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Legal research librarians are available by appointment outside of these times.

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John Joseph Moakley (JD '56) is one of Suffolk Law's most distinguished alumni, serving the public as a state senator, a city councilor, and a member of Congress.

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