Are you starting to think about writing your SAW or Substantial? Or could you use research assistance as you are writing? The Law Library can help you get started and find the specific resources you need. Here are some great places to begin:
- Read the Guide to Researching your SAW / Substantial on the Law Library website. You might find our Guide to Research Management & Citation helpful as you begin your research, too.
- Review individual Faculty Policies for SAWs and Substantials on the Law Library website.
- Read examples of SAWs, Substantials, and other student papers in the Law Library’s Digital Repository.
- Use the Student Scholarship Website to research ideas, review writing resources, and read student prize papers.
- Set up a Meeting with a Librarian to explore topics and discuss researching your topic.
Attend How to Write Your SAW or Substantial Panel on March 1, 2016 at 12:10 pm in Room 127, organized by YLS Student Affairs and featuring Judith Calvert, Julie Krishnaswami, and Noah Messing, moderated by Dean Monica Maldonado. RSVP here!