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Seton Hall Law

AWR Research

Library Resources for writing your AWR.

Reference Assistance

Reference librarians are available to provide research assistance to students, faculty and staff during Reference Hours via email or video calls. These highly trained librarians regularly answers a wide variety of questions from the most basic to the more advanced. Students often seek help in choosing and using the proper database or finding the right book. But a large percentage of queries are more advanced and require extensive knowledge of the Rodino Center’s eDatabases and collections. These questions can involve limiting searches to scholarly research or locating an obscure reference. Faculty are frequent users of this valuable assistance.  Email us for assistance at:


In-Depth Research Assistance:  

For in-depth research assistance, schedule a one-on-one research consultation.  Scheduling an appointment allows librarians time to provide in-depth help with your research. If you need assistance, please email The reference email account is monitored by reference librarians Monday - Friday, and they try to responds in a timely fashion.  

This service is only available to the Seton Hall Law community.

Online Research Guides

We also have online research guides on many topics to help you write papers or research many legal topics.

Bluebooking and Chicago Manual

Currently, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are unable to loan out current print edition Bluebooks. For electronic access, please contact

Our Reference Department is always happy to help with your citation questions!  Please email for assistance.  

Please review Professor Brittany Persson's  Bluebooking Guide.