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Services

The primary function of the Law Library is to provide the necessary materials and services for instruction, study, and research by Law School faculty and students. The library also serves attorneys, scholars, and the general public.

Audio/Visual Rooms

The Law Library provides two rooms in which patrons can watch videos and DVDs from our collection, listen to audio files, or review taped classes with instructors. These rooms are each equipped with a VCR / DVD player, a computer, and cable television stations.

These rooms are located on the 2nd floor near the computer lab.

To reserve a room, fill out the form in the reserve book located on the Circulation Desk.

Circulation

The Law Library's Circulation policies and procedures are designed to ensure that on-site researchers have access to the legal resources they need. As a result, many library resources do not circulate outside the building. More...

Interlibrary Loan

Washburn Law students and faculty may request materials not owned by the library. The interlibrary loan request form is available at the Circulation Desk. More...

Copiers, Printing & Microform Reader-Printers

The Law Library is equipped with three copiers for patron use. Copiers are located on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors. More...

Instructional Equipment

The law library loans instructional equipment to use in classes, seminars, and special activities. More...

Study Rooms

The library maintains several group study rooms for use by law students — one each on the first, third, and fourth floors and five on the second floor. More...

Study Carrels

The Law Library has several study carrels on the third and fourth floors that students can use for studying. Some of the carrels are assigned to students participating in research or special projects. More...