CU law students and graduate students may check out regular circulating items for 8 weeks. Audio/visual items such as dvds and software may be checked out for a period of 7 days.
University of Colorado undergraduate students may check out regular circulating items for 4 weeks and AV items for 7 days.
Students may check out a maximum of 300 items.
Your Buff OneCard is your key to all kinds of services and events here at CU-Boulder, including checking out Law Library materials. It is your official university identification and as a student or employee you are required to carry it with you whenever you are on campus.
Did you know that you can renew your library materials online? Just click on the My Library Record link in the right-hand column of the library website to log in to your account. When you have an overdue book, we will send a notice to your official CU email address . After 30 days overdue, you will receive a bill in your law school mailbox for replacement costs plus non-refundable billing and bursar's 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 responding to notices in a timely manner.