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Juris Master Survival Guide: On-Campus Research Center Info

This Juris Master Survival Guide covers resources and "survival tools" on core courses, technology resources, CALI, Quimbee, legal research, printing in the Research Center, current awareness and much more. #jurismaster


FSUCard Office

  • Your FSUCard has important information, which includes:
    • Your picture
    • Student number
    • Library user number
    • Magnetic strip

For after hours use, you may use your card to 'swipe' into the building. Once in the building you may be asked for your card either by staff or by the campus police. This is to make sure that the people in the building after hours do belong here.  

Research Center Technology

The Research Center Technology Guide covers: printing services, the Smart Board, the PHIL station, scanning and copiers. 

Research Center Technology

Using the Research Center

  • Studentref is available for you to send questions to the Librarians.  Students who are local or distant may send questions which will be sent to all librarians.  
  • Ask-A-Librarian Florida State University College of Law students may use this form to submit questions to the Research Center reference librarians. We read and reply to questions submitted via this form between Monday-Friday 8am to 6pm. Questions submitted after hours or on weekends are answered the morning of the next business day


  • Some students may be 'off campus' but others may be local. All students are welcome to attend the Research Center's workshops.


Looking for course materials or study materials on reserve? Go to the circulation desk where we have our reserves.

Reserves and Fines

Reserve items are only checked out for 2 hours. They are due before closing and cannot be checked out overnight. If you are late with a book, you will be charged $3 per hour and after 24 hours, you will be charged the book replacement cost PLUS an additional $25 fee and accrued fines. Abuse of course reserves is a potential honor code violation. 

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