The Law Library is open to the University community only as of Monday, August 24.
Virtual reference help is available by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone from 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. Our drive-up book drop is open. See here for a list of services, organized by patron type. See here for a quick list of current Faust services.
For law students and faculty: See here for details about services for law students this semester, including how to access databases from off campus. You can set up a remote research consultation here. See here for the latest information on campus library services, including the Marriott and Eccles Libraries.
Please contact us via email if you have any questions or need assistance.
- About the Library
- A-Z Database List
- Patron FAQ
- Research Guides
- Services for Law Students
- Services for Law Faculty
- Services for Public
- Services for Public Patrons – Fall 2020
- Access for the Disabled
- Book Retrieval
- Borrowing Books
- CLE Collection
- Document Delivery
- Library Tours
- Paid Permits
- Pro Bono Legal Services
- Public Computers
- Reciprocal Borrowing Privileges
- Self-Help Collection
- Services for Members of Bench and Bar
- Wireless Access
- Services for Alumni
Circulation Desk: (801) 581-6438
Reference Desk: (801) 581-6184
Disclaimer: The Library does not offer legal services or legal advice.
The building will be closed from Monday, September 28 through Friday, October 9, and will close for the semester on Wednesday, November 25. Library services will continue to be available remotely.
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