Who may use the law library? All members of the public, including judges, lawyers, paralegals, law students, and persons who are preparing their own cases or are interested in the law are welcome to use the law library.
Do you have MCLE materials for attorneys to checkout? Attorneys may checkout CEB audio tapes and CDs and their accompanying materials. Our checkout policy requires the attorney to provide a bar card and a deposit. Alternatively, an attorney may bring a tape and/or CD player with headphones to listen to the audio materials in the law library.
What types of materials does the law library have? The law library has standard legal research materials such as codes, cases, legal treatises, law reviews, finding aids, practice guides, and manuals in both print and electronic formats.
What electronic services are available to the public at the law library? At present, the electronic services you may use in the law library include primary sources (codes and cases) and citators on LexisAdvance and WestlawNext. Additionally, we have some specialized databases such as HeinOnline for law reviews, Law Library Microform Consortium (LLMC Digital Library), and CEB OnLaw. Printing from the library computers is available with purchase of a print card.
Does the law library have materials for law or paralegal students? Law students are welcome to use the materials and services of the law library. For materials designed especially for the profession, students should look to their school law library or bookstore.
Can you help me find a form? Can you help me fill out a form? We can show you self-help print resources and websites for obtaining forms. We can show you how to use resource indices to find forms. We are not allowed to select forms for you, fill out forms for you, or decipher a form's content.