The law library will be closed on Monday, October 12th in observance of Columbus/ Indigenous Peoples’ Day holiday. The law library’s email, telephone, and statewide chat services will resume on Tuesday, October 13th.
You can access many of our online resources while the Library is closed. Start with our COVID-19 Legal Issues page, Self-Help Center, or the research and motion guides on our website. They cover dozens of legal topics. Also, you can remotely access many of our legal databases, including NOLO’s self-help legal books, from the legal databases page.
Starting Tuesday, October 13th, the Downtown location will be open by appointment only for computer or reading room use. We are excited to see you in person again, but know this will be a very different experience from pre-Covid times. Learn more about how to make an appointment here.
In honor of Indigenous People’s Day and Native American Heritage month, Makepeace Productions is making two documentary films available for free through November. One of them is Tribal Justice, which screened at SDLL last November to rave reviews. The other film is “We Still Live Here” about a cultural revival by the Wampanoag people of Southeastern Massachusetts, who were the native people who interacted with the Pilgrims in New England.
To stream these films for free:
1. Go to the Makepeace Productions streaming page: https://makepeace.vhx.tv/products/2-titles-tribal-justice-and-we-still-live-here
2. Click on the Buy Button and check the box for Promo Code.
3. Enter code 2FORFREE and hit Apply.
4. Enter the remaining details and Click “Redeem Now”
5. Watch the two films for free!