Answered By: Kate Britt Last Updated: Jul 22, 2019 Views: 4
Law libraries exist across the country, usually associated with law schools, courthouses, and private law firms. Law school and courthouse libraries often welcome public patrons, but access policies are specific to the library.
Michigan Law Libraries
- See Michigan Bar Journal (Journals KF 200 .M55x ) for a complete listing of addresses and phone numbers.
- The Library of Michigan website also has a directory of law libraries (Newspapers & Research Collections > Law Library > Directory of Michigan Law Libraries)
United States and Canada Law Libraries
- AALL Directory and Handbook (REF COLL & SMITH Z 675 .L2 A443x) provides a listing of addresses, staff and phone numbers.
- Law and Legal Information Directory, Vol. 1 (RETRO, REF COLL, & SMITH KF 190 .L35) provides a listing of addresses and phone numbers.
Access for U-M Law Students to Other Libraries
Look up the relevant law library and Reference Department to verify their access policy with the reference department.
If the student needs a letter to gain access, the Administration Office will write one and Barbara Garavaglia will sign it. In Barbara's absence, Virginia Neisler or Kincaid Brown will sign it.