Law Library Information
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The primary function of the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library is to support the curricular, scholarship and research needs of the James E. Rogers College of Law’s students and faculty. In addition, the law library provides legal materials and reference assistance for the faculty, staff and students of the University as a whole and for the local bar and general public. The law librarians and staff strive to assist all those seeking legal information with the use of library printed and electronic materials through the use of in-person reference assistance, printed and electronic research guides and pathfinders, and maintenance of accurate and informative records in the University’s online catalog. For further information about the law library and the services we offer, please scroll down or click on the menu items to the left.
The law library has a subject guide with corresponding call numbers for United States law materials located in the library.
The law library contains over 420,000 volumes of Anglo-American legal materials as well as outstanding international and foreign law collections. Descriptions of our collections may be found online.
A list of new books may be found online.
If you are a user of the law library and/or a book lover, please support the library by joining Amici Legis Libris, a "friends of the law library" organization.
The law library is located within the Law Commons of the James E. Rogers College of Law on the University of Arizona Campus at 1201 E. Speedway Boulevard (northwest corner of Speedway Blvd. and Mountain Ave.) The entrance is off Helen Street, just west of Mountain Avenue. Directions and a map.
Information about library hours, including reference hours, special collections, special hours and closures.
Alumni and members of the local bar may apply for a Law Library Community User Card in order to check out materials. More information about attorney borrowing privileges and an application form are available online.
Members of the general public are welcome to use the law library and provided reference services for their legal research needs.
Checkout privileges are reserved for College of Law students, University of Arizona faculty, staff, graduate students, and alumni and members of the local bar with a valid Law Library Community User Card. Materials on Reserve may be checked out for two hours (library use only) by all library users. Patrons without College of Law affiliation may be asked to leave either a University ID, bar card, driver's license or other valid form of identification at the Reserve Desk.
The law library is located in the newly-renovated Law Commons: map of collections .
All users are required to abide by the library's policies.
The library provides reference assistance for the faculty, staff and students of the University as a whole and for the local bar and general public during regular reference hours. For more information about reference services, click here.
For a virtual tour of the law library, click here (requires Adobe Flash).
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