Answered By: Ashley Ahlbrand
Last Updated: Jul 17, 2014     Views: 20

When you're looking at a catalog record, you want to look at the Holdings information to find where the item can be found in the Law Library.

Here's where our locations can be found:

General collections - the second and third floors, arranged alphabetically by call number: A-KF 1474 on the third floor and KF 1475-Z on the second floor

Reference - the tall shelves behind the circulation desk

US Reference - first floor, just beyond the glass double doors

Government Documents - fourth floor, arranged alphabetically by SuDoc number

Looseleaf - reading room level

Reserves - at the circulation desk

A/V - ask at the circulation desk

Rare books - in the Rare Books Room; ask at the Reference Office

Reference Office - in the Reference Office

Archives - ask at the Reference Office

ALF - the Auxiliary Library Facility (off-site storage); click the "Request this ALF Item" button and ask for it to be delivered to the Law Library for pick-up

Oversize - fourth floor, towards the back

Unbound periodicals - last shelf of the reference area, by the computer lab

Microform - ground floor, kept in filing cabinets; there's a finding aid on top of the cabinets to help you locate the right drawer for the microform you seek

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