There is likely this area of your law school that is filled with books. I'm talking like hundreds of thousands of books. Make it a point very very very very very early on - within your first 2 days - to learn the layout of your LIBRARY like where the Westlaw and Lexis printers are, locations of AmJur, CJS, Dictionaries, etc, where the regional reporters are, state reporters, State statutes, US Code, where the reference librarians are located, etc. My school's orientation failed to include a tour of our library and so we just had to figure out everything on our own.
Learn to love your library...and spend lots of time there.