From the law library website, click on Catalog.
Enter your search terms and select Law Library from the drop-down menu. Click Search.
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When searching for a title, do not include any initial articles, such as "a", "an", or "the".
You can see what is available on campus by searching the Law Library and Lemieux Library holdings in Primo.
From the library website, click on Catalog.
Click on Course Reserves and enter the name of your class or professor.
A “Reserve Materials Request Form” must be submitted with each item placed on course reserve. Forms are also available from faculty administrative assistants or from the Circulation Desk.
Non-circulating books and reference materials, circulating material from the treatise collection, and photocopied articles can be placed on reserve.
The Library will not make copies. Administrative assistants or student research assistants are responsible for photocopying.
Any photocopy or reproduction placed on reserve must be stamped with a notice of copyright. Faculty administrative assistants must seek copyright permission before the Library will accept materials for course reserve.
The Library staff processes course reserves as expeditiously as possible, but does not guarantee availability of material in less than twenty-four hours. Please plan accordingly before notifying students that materials are on reserve.
The loan period for course reserves is two hours unless the faculty member requests on the “Reserve Materials Request Form” that overnight copies be made available.
All reserve material will be removed at the end of the semester. All inquires about course reserve should be directed to Jason Cabaniss, Circulation/Resource Sharing Manager.
Once you have retrieved records from a search, you have the option to narrow your search by clicking on the facets on the left side of the screen.
National Reporter System; ALRs; State Codes; Monographs, yearbooks, and serials that fall within Library of Congress call numbers A-KEZ.
Monographs, yearbooks, and serials that fall within Library of Congress call numbers KF-Z.
Law reviews, periodicals and other materials located below ground; access by elevator only.
Microfiche and Microfilm located in room 204 on the 2nd Floor.
General reference materials (dictionaries, almanacs, etc.) located behind the Reference Desk on the 2nd floor.
Hornbooks, nutshells, course reserve materials, videos, and current exams located on the 2nd Floor.