This guide is designed to provide a basic introduction to Jurism and Zotero, two nearly identical tools which help you save, organize, and cite your research.
Zotero is an all-in-one tool that lets you save, organize, and cite resources with a few simple clicks. It is free, open-source software from the Corporation for Digital Scholarship, "a nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of software and services for researchers and cultural heritage institutions."
Jurism is software based on Zotero, though it is designed with legal researches in mind. It can sync and share libraries with zotero.org, and it is easy to switch from Zotero to Jurism while saving all of your work.
Feel free to reach out to us if you have questions! You can visit us at the Research Desk during our regular hours, or we can schedule a time to meet one-on-one in-person or over Zoom.
Contact the Research Desk at:
There's a librarian available at the desk from 10 to 6, Monday through Thursday, and from 10 to 5 on Friday.
We respond to any voicemails and emails during our shifts.
Learn more about the law library at our website.