Answers to many common questions about the library, our spaces, and our services are available on the Library FAQ page. Common and recent questions have their own tabbed lists. If your question is not listed in these lists, try the search box at the top right of the FAQ page.
Patrons needing basic library assistance such as finding an article or citation or asking a basic reference question can use the Email a Librarian button to send an email to a shared email account.
To ask a question using email, find the Email a Librarian button on the Law Library homepage (above the hours information on the left).
This will open a form where you can put your contact information and ask your question or request the document you need.
If requesting a document, please provide citation information such as author, title, year and edition for a book and author, title, journal, and volume and pagination for an article.
Patrons can ask a law librarian a question by chatting with a librarian. Follow the instructions below to ask a question by chatting with a librarian.
To ask a question by chatting with a librarian, find the Chat with a Librarian button on the Law Library homepage (above the hours information on the left).
Fill in your name, your contact info, your question, and click Start Chat.
A reference librarian will chat with you about your question.