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Illinois College of Law Library: Welcome!

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Need More Help?

Visit the Reference Desk
or email us at: law-refdesk@illinois.edu
or call us at 217-244-0614

For the Circulation Desk, please call 217-333-2915.

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Need More Help?

Visit the Reference Desk
or email us at: law-refdesk@illinois.edu
or call us at 217-244-0614

For the Circulation Desk, please call 217-333-2915.
Welcome Back to Campus!

Please take note of our COVID-19 precautions as you return to the College of Law and especially to the Jenner Law Library.

Masks are required in Jenner Law Library. Persons not observing the mask requirements will be referred to the appropriate authority.

Please check the University of Illinois' COVID-19 masking policy for more information.

Welcome back!

We are excited to have you all back on campus and here in the library! Although things may look a little different, and we'll all be in masks, please be assured we are still here to help you with all of your legal research needs.

Drawer of SuppliesThe Law Library supports students' academic and professional success by:

  • Instructing students on legal research techniques
  • Developing programs and tools such as LibGuides for all types of research endeavors
  • Creating a collection that includes:
    • Tools to research potential employers
    • Current information of practice of law
    • Core legal research tools, practice skills and study aids
  • Training individuals, groups and student organizations on specific legal and non-legal resources

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Conversation Icon  To request additional support or suggest new services, email your request to law-refdesk@illinois.edu

Law Librarians can assist with both their teaching and scholarly research.

Teacher at Lecturn IN THE CLASSROOM

  • Offer updates on instructional technology use and trends
  • Gather and prepare reserve materials
  • Deliver one-time research lectures during class session
  • Create course specific bibliographies and research guides
  • Provide embedded librarian for seminar courses

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  • Assist with citation analysis and blue book
  • Provide references for research needs via our Reference Desk

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  •  Partner and assist with research projects and related tasks
  • Train and supervise faculty research assistants

For a more thorough discussion of our services, see our Faculty Services Guide.

ILLINOIS STUDENTS & FACULTY

We support the main University, students and faculty by:

  • Providing physical and electronic access to law materials via shared catalog
  • Offering reference support at our Reference Desk with drop-in hours and via email
  • Supporting instruction objectives by providing tours and introduction to law materials upon request
  • Collaborating on digitization and storage projects to preserve unique materials

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PUBLIC (including alumni, local bar and members of public)
 
We provide the following services for the public:
  • Reference assistance in person or via email
  • Collections to support legal community and public
  • Provide consultations, training and community programming upon request

 


The University of Illinois Law Library staff cannot give legal advice. We provide reference services and research guides as a service to our users and they are not intended to be taken as legal or non-legal advice on any subject. The legal information provided in this website is for general reference only, and should not be relied upon for legal purposes. You should always consult a lawyer to determine your legal rights.
 

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