As members of the Rutgers University system, law students have access to materials available from all of the Rutgers University system libraries, spread out among the three campuses: Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick.
Our Law Library catalog is a good place to start your search, whether you’re looking for something school- or research-related, or if you’re after some downtime reading material. There is a direct link to the catalog from the Law Library’s main page. Using our catalog, you can search for materials by keyword, title, author, subject, or call number. The entry for the item you’re looking for will tell if that item is available, and if so, where it is located. If the item is available electronically, there will be a direct link to the material. (Quick tip: if your search is returning too many results, check out some Search Tips offered from the Advanced Search page.)
Also available from the Law Library’s main page is a direct link to the main Rutgers University Libraries catalog page. From the menu on the left, there are links to find articles and to browse through other Research Resources. Check out the research guides and electronic databases, including specialty legal research tools.
Still haven’t found what you need? Stay tuned for the next post: Finding Materials outside of the Rutgers University Libraries System. Or stop by the reference desk and ask a librarian for help!
The content of this post was inspired by Genevieve Tung.
Written by CDS.