The Ross-Blakley Law Library staff is available to help you whether you are on campus or far from Phoenix. You can reach us at the following phone numbers:
Circulation and Interlibrary Loan
For circulation assistance please call the number listed above or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reference assistance is available via phone and electronically through the Email a Librarian service. Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law students are encouraged to continue making appointments with our reference librarians to discuss legal research and resources. We can conduct our meetings over the phone or via Zoom.
As a member of the ASU community you have access to a tremendous number of resources for digital information. We encourage you to utilize these tools to support your learning while classes are being taught through online platforms.
The ASU Library Catalog provides access to over one million eBooks.
Electronic Study Aids
The resources listed below are a great place to get subject-specific information, sample multiple choice questions, and practice essay prompts for all your classes.
Legal Research Guides
As always, the Law Library's subject-specific research guides can be accessed remotely. Some of the most well-utilized guides are listed below, and the full list of guides can be accessed here.
The Law Library provides access to a number of legal databases in addition to Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg. The databases listed below are excellent resources for historical and current legal information.
Interdisciplinary Research Databases
ASU Library offers a myriad of subscription databases covering all academic disciplines, including the sciences, journalism, humanities, gender studies, and sustainability. Content ranges from ancient texts to modern documentaries and cutting-edge scholarship.