Welcome back to the Law Library Law Badgers!  With the start of both the New Year and the new semester, the Law Library has resumed regular hours, https://www.library.wisc.edu/law/about-law/library-hours/.


On the Law Library Home Page, http://library.law.wisc.edu, you can reserve a study room online, https://law.wisc.edu/calendar/addons/room_reservation, check out books and material at the Circulation Desk—including Course Reserve material—request books and articles from another library with Document Delivery, or ask for help at the Reference Desk, https://library.law.wisc.edu/services/students/.

The Reference Desk is where to go to ask for help finding books, case law, articles, databases, or to seek assistance with Bluebook citation questions or to develop a research strategy.

The Reference Desk can be rearched three ways, in person, on Chat, and via email.  

For more library information, browse the tabs at the top of the Law Library home page for a list of our Top Law Databases, Services for Students, (where you will find instructions on how to print from your laptop) Library Resources, the Digital Repository, and so much more.

Finally, don't forget to scroll the page to find that "more," because we can't fit everything the library has to offer on one small screen.

Best of luck on the beginning of a new semester, and if you have any questions or just need a quiet place to study, you'll find the Law Library is open and ready to help. 

Submitted by Jenny Zook, Reference Librarian on January 18, 2023

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