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Alumni of the University of Denver Law School are entitled to free library access and borrowing privileges for life. Show your DU student ID or drivers license at the Circulation Desk, fill out an application form, and your library card will be mailed to you. You can begin checking out items immediately.
Descriptions and a map of the Library’s collections.
Use our public access computers to search our catalog, research databases, and other resources.
Perform legal research in the online databases we subscribe to. Remote access for alumni is not available for all databases.
How to get here and where to park.
Find out when the Library is open.
Request items from another library.
Access to select legal, business, and news sources is available through LexisNexis Academic. Available databases include federal and state case law and statutes, law reviews, news services, and radio and television transcripts.
Offers the full text of state regulations. Also contains specialized legal treatises in the areas of construction, estate planning, family, real estate, bankruptcy and evidence.
How to use the Library’s microfiche/film reader/printers
Our monthly list of new titles added to the library.
Free access to select Westlaw and WestlawNext databases is provided on two public computers on the 2nd level. Available databases include state and federal case law and statutes, Am Jur publications (e.g., Am Jur2d, Am Jur Legal Forms), and the Colorado Practice Series. .
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