Any Colorado resident is eligible for a law library account. To create an account, you will need to present proof of Colorado residency, such as a driver's license or current utility bill. When you arrive at the law library, please ask at the Circulation Desk.
Most materials in a law library collection do not circulate. However, for those materials that do circulate, a typical loan period is four weeks for members of the public. The due date for the item is determined at the time the item is checked out.
Did you know that you can renew your library materials online? Just click on the My Library Record link to log in to your account. When you have an overdue book, we will send a notice to the email address we have on record for you. After 30 days overdue, you will receive a bill in the mail for replacement costs plus non-refundable billing fees. The library is unable to waive these fees. Although we have eliminated fines on most non-reserve materials, you can avoid these additional costs by returning your books on time or renewing your materials in a timely manner.
For complete information about borrowing materials, please visit the About page on this website.