Accessing Databases and Other Resources from Off-Campus
Library Proxy Services
If you are a registered law library user you can use the library’s proxy services to access restricted databases and other resources from off campus. You can use this method whether you dial in via the DU Modem Pool or you use an Internet Service Provider (ISP) other than the University of Denver (i.e. Comcast, Century Link, or Dish Network). When you click on a link to a database, or other resource that requires user verification, you will be prompted.
DU Students, Faculty and Staff
Enter your DU ID number in the first box. Enter your passcode in the second box. The passcode is the same code you use to log in to WebCentral. Click on the Submit button.
Law Alumni and Non-DU Law Library Patrons
Use the second set of boxes. Enter your name in the first box. Enter your library barcode in the second box. This is the 9-digit number on your library card. Click on the Submit button.
If you’re having problems connecting to a database, see our troubleshooting page.
Alumni Please Note: Some of our database licenses restrict remote access to current students only. These databases have a “no remote alumni” icon next to their listing on the Databases/Indexes page.
DU Modem Pool
If you don’t have an Internet Service Provider, you can dial into the DU Modem Pool for access. Instructions for setup are available via the University Technology Services homepage. For questions about setting up a dial up account, contact the UTS Help Desk at 303-871-4700.