Welcome and Welcome Back!

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The library welcomes all of our new students, and welcomes back our returning students. We are excited to see the campus and library full of students once again!

The library is here to answer your questions (about anything), provide a comfortable study space, provide collaborative spaces and technology, and assist you with legal research and using legal materials. Last year, we answered 1,200 reference questions, checked out 3,000 reserve items, circulated our laptops and other equipment over 4,000 times, and taught 20 classes on legal research and library resources. Whatever your needs are as a law student, we probably have some way to help.

All of your questions about using the library – from where in the library you can eat, to how you can print, to what study aids we have available for you – are answered in our New Student Toolkit [http://libguides.law.uconn.edu/toolkit].  Be on the lookout for our monthly newsletter, which highlights upcoming events and helpful services. If you are new to Hartford, one of our posts from last fall [http://blog.law.uconn.edu/blog/Hartford] will help you figure out what to do and how to get there.

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Anne Rajotte
Reference Librarian,UConn Law

Anne provides general and in-depth reference services, including research assistance and instruction, in all areas of the law.  She oversees the library’s faculty research service, including hiring, training, and supervising the library’s research assistants.  She holds a J.D. from Boston College Law School and an M.L.S. from Southern Connecticut State University.  While in law school, Anne was the editor-in-chief of the Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review, and she has also served as a judicial clerk for the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court and a civil litigator with a law firm in Connecticut.