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Law Library Services for Online Law Degree Programs

Scope

As a College of Law Online Master's Degree program student you have access to Ross-Blakley Law Library services and resources. We have ample online resources for you to use as well as a document delivery service in case you need something photocopied and emailed to you from our collection. Our reference staff can assist you with your research questions. All of our services for you are outlined in this guide.

Finding Library Books, Articles, and More

To find books, journals, articles, or videos in the ASU Library collection, use OneSearch You can request to have books sent to the Law Library Circulation Desk for pickup or request scans if you need a chapter, article, or just a few pages. 

If a resource you need is not available through ASU, we can usually obtain the item from another library through Interlibrary loan.  Requests can be placed by selecting the Request External Copy option in the library catalog or by using our ILL Request form.  

To find Course Reserves, check your Canvas course page.  If your class is not using Canvas, search ASU Library Reading Lists or ask at the Law Library Circulation Desk.

View your Library Account to check due dates, view the status of your requests, save search results, and renew items.

We Are Here to Help You

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