- law school
Second reference both for the Brandeis School of Law and for the building in which it is housed.
Put the full titles of lectures in quotation marks: The subject of his lecture is "The World of Ambrose Bierce."
Capitalize lecture titles and lecture series titles; do not capitalize preceding adjectives: She delivered the fourth annual Holmes-Hunter Lecture.
- legal requirements
Certain statements are required by law to be included on all university publications that are distributed to external audiences. These include the equal opportunity statement and a statement indicating that the publication was printed using state funds. For details and correct wording, go to www.louisville.edu/ur/onpi/style and click on "legal requirements."
The university library system includes:
- Ekstrom Library (the main unit)
- Kornhauser Health Sciences Library
- Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library
- Laura Kersey Library of Engineering, Physical Sciences and Technology
- Dwight Anderson Memorial Music Library
- University Archives and Records Center
- Law Library
The system is named UofL Libraries and, therefore, uses a singular verb: UofL Libraries was accepted recently into the Association of College and Research. One way around this somewhat awkward-sounding construction is, when possible, to refer to it as "the UofL library system."
Avoid using this as a term for an e-mail discussion group as it is the name of a particular software program designed for automating e-mail discussions.
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