The law library works to support the educational and scholarship needs of the Colorado Law student body. To that end, we aim to provide access to resources, work with students on research projects, and teach courses on effective legal research.
Kerri Rowe is our Students Services and Outreach Librarian. She is the liaison to law journals and clinical students, teaches classes, and is here to help students with any of their research needs.
Every student is provided with a library account. You can use this account to save catalog searches, request items to be held for you and renew library materials online. Ask a librarian for assistance with this feature.
Faculty may place certain materials on Reserve for their classes. Law students may borrow these materials for two hours. Students may search the catalog for available items or simply ask at the Circulation Desk.
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Law students may request the library staff to hold books and other materials for them at the Circulation Desk.
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Law students and other CU Boulder students may borrow circulating materials for up to 8 weeks, depending on the patron and type of material being borrowed. Students should inquire at the Circulation Desk for details on any particular item.
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The law library participates in local and regional interlibrary loan programs. Law school members may borrow materials from participating libraries. Our library will also lend materials as requested. Public patrons are directed to utilize their public libraries for interlibrary transactions.
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Printing, Copying and Scanning
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides all university students with printing services. The law school houses three printers; two in second floor of the library and a third near the elevators on the second floor.
For scanning and copying, the law library provides a book scanner in the second floor copy room. Students can scan print items to email or USB drive without charge. Students will need to utilize the wepa printers to recreate a print copy of the material.
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