Spring into reading with one of the Library’s new books!

Spring is coming and what is more enjoyable than cozying up in a comfortable seat and reading a¬†good book? We have plenty of new books in the library. Stop by the library and look at the New Book display, near the reference desk! All books in the display are available for check out–you do not have to wait until they are removed from the display.

To view a table listing the new print resources that the library received since the start of February, 2014, click Continue reading below. Most of the items listed there can be found in the General Collection and checked out for up to three weeks by members of the Coastal Community.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to stop by the Reference Desk on the third floor of the Library & Technology Center or contact the Reference Librarians via email, telephone (904.680.7612), or the Ask a Librarian form.

If you think we should consider adding something to the collection, please feel free to recommend it here (Coastal ID login required).

TITLE CALL # LOCATION
The elements of style / William Strunk, Jr. PE1408 .S772 2013 fcbp
Modern trial advocacy : analysis and practice / Steven Lubet, Williams Memorial Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law Chicago, Illinois ; Including Electronic Visuals By Edward R. Stein. KF8915 .L82 2013 fcgg
Reducing gun violence in America : informing policy with evidence and analysis / edited by Daniel W. Webster, and Jon S. Vernick. HV7436 .R4152 2013 fcgg
Reform of eyewitness identification procedures / edited by Brian L. Cutler. HV8073 .R483 2013 fcgg
Law librarianship in the digital age / edited by Ellyssa Kroski. Z675.L2 L3839 2014 fcgg
No establishment of religion : America’s original contribution to religious liberty / edited by T. Jeremy Gunn, John Witte, Jr. BL2525 .N6 2012 fcgg
Legal writing / Terrill Pollman, Professor of Law, William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Judith M. Stinson, Clinical Professor of Law, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University; Elizabeth Pollman, Associate Professor of Law Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. KF250 .L398 2014 fcbp