Welcome to the Law Library. We continue to follow guidelines to ensure the safety of all students and staff. One thing that has stayed the same is the Law Library's commitment to help. Use this guide to find resources and services to help you continue your research and learning in our current environment.
Move through the library space
The Law Library is located in Klein Hall on the third floor. Main library doors on the third floor will be propped open for touchless entry and exit.
Find a spot to study
A variety of seating is available for individual study. Find carrel, table, and soft seating in various levels of the library. The fourth floor group study room is available. Use the Book a Study Room button on the Law Library's main page to reserve the room.
Borrow library books
Access to reserve and closed stack materials is available at the library desk.
We encourage continued use of our electronic resources when possible. Ask a librarian for help to find these resources.
Return library books
Return materials to the library desk when open or the book return bin in the third floor reading room when the desk is closed.
Get my course book
Most Spring 2022 casebooks are available for 3-hour loan. Use the Library Search catalog to see the availability of course books and request the book at the library desk. For reliable access to your readings, purchase required texts.
Request interlibrary loans
Article and book chapter scans through ILLiad and physical material loans through both EZ-Borrow and ILLiad have resumed. Requests for physical items may be limited, based on the lending capabilities of other libraries.
Attend Law Library events and workshops
Library pop-up events and workshops are scheduled for the Fall. Consult the Law School event calendar and visit the Law Library Canvas page for more information.
Meet with a librarian
Research help is available via Chat. Please check the Law Library’s website for hours. Law students can schedule a virtual or in-person appointment with a librarian through the link on the Find a Resource page. Local attorneys should send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Law faculty should send a request to email@example.com.
Use tech tools
Printing, scanning, device charging, and a limited number of desktop computers are available to patrons on site. Find more information on tech for loan at this guide.
While in the Law Library, continue to follow the health and safety guidelines established for the full campus. Ask for help at the library desk.
Contact Law Library staff
We are here to help! Library staff are scheduled on site to fulfill item requests, provide research help, and maintain the space. Please stop by the circulation desk to get assistance. We encourage you to get in touch; email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research help is available. Contact a librarian through these channels.