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Farewell, Dean Feliú

As most of the Villanova Law community already knows, last week we said goodbye to our beloved law Library Director and Associate Dean, Vicenç Feliú.  Vicenç is off to warmer climates at Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law as … Continue reading

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Get Up, Stand Up – Standing Desks in the Library!

In response to numerous requests from library visitors over the past few months, the law library has converted some of our carrels into standing desks to keep you on your feet while studying. Currently we have two standing desks on the … Continue reading

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Game Night With the Librarians – Season 4!

For the fourth year in a row, some of the librarians offered a night of fun and board games in the annual PIFP auction.  This year, the lucky winners were a group of 1Ls who came eager to flex their … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: Elizabeth Devlin (VLS ’76), Librarian and Associate Director of the Law Library

Elizabeth Devlin had a deep relationship with the Villanova University School of Law, both as a student and a librarian.  Born in 1926, she received her J.D. from VLS at the age of 50, quickly followed by a library degree … Continue reading

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What do you (not) know?  Look it up in the Law Library!

by Robert Hegadorn An education isn’t how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It’s being able to differentiate between what you do know and what you don’t.  It’s knowing where to go to find … Continue reading

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Remembering Arthur Pulling

As you may have read, the Law Library recently named its online catalog ARTHUR in honor of Arthur Pulling, the founding director of the library at Villanova University School of Law.  But if we’re going to tell you to “ask … Continue reading

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