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Public Patrons: A Guide to Services: Home

About the Law Libraries

The law libraries in Moscow and Boise support the educational and research needs of the College of Law faculty and students with a diverse collection of information resources. Members of the public are also welcome to use library resources for their research needs. As a Federal Depository Library, the law libraries provide public access to government documents as guaranteed by public law (Title 44 United States Code). Contact information for both libraries is here.

The libraries’ shared website has detailed information about library hours, services, and resources. Both law libraries serve attorneys, judges, paralegals, residents of Idaho, and the public in general.

Members of the public may:

  • Browse and use the print collections
  • Use the public access computers and the scanner
  • Receive assistance and ask questions from law librarians and staff
  • Access links to maps, catalog, parking
  • Access to the resources of the main library