Law Library

The Syracuse University College of Law Library promotes and serves the educational and research needs of the Syracuse University College of Law, the University, and the community at large. It creates, develops, and supports appropriate services, resources, and facilities; promotes the dissemination of information and the creation of knowledge; and serves as a gateway to information sources beyond the scope of its collections.

Day Hours
Tuesday, October 17 8am - Midnight
Wednesday, October 18 8am - Midnight
Thursday, October 19 8am - Midnight

The above represent Law Library Service Desk hours for law students. For Law Library hours for the Syracuse University community and the general public, please see our Access to the Law Library web page.

Complete List of Hours

Location Guide
Please use this handy guide to find service points, study spaces, and collections in our library.

Service Request Forms:

Reference Query Form
Interlibrary Loan - Books
Interlibrary Loan - Articles
Acquisition Request Form

Online Guide to Supreme Court Program

​The Law Library has published an online guide to accompany the Program and CLE being held at the College of Law on Friday, October 20: “United States Supreme Court: the 2017-2018 Term.” The guide is intended as a resource for attendees, as it highlights the cases and topics that will discussed at the program.


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Finding & Accessing Law Library Databases

SU Law students & faculty: ​If you experience errors accessing databases through the drop down menu on the Law Databases tab on the Law Library main page, please click the Browse Law Databases link on the tab. All of the databases on the drop down menu can also be found on the Browse Law Database web pages.


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