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The Law Library’s services include:
The library has a limited number of the following devices available for 4 hour checkouts:
The library also has the following accessories available for checkout:
At this time, fines may only paid in person at the UNT Dallas College of Law Library, by check or money order made payable to the UNT Dallas College of Law. Such checks or money orders must be delivered to Lewis Giles or Tracy Eaton between 9:30am and 5:30pm, Monday through Fridays when the Library is open.
The library’s collection includes all course books used that semester. These books are in the Reserve section of the library and are available for 2 hour checkouts. Books not returned or renewed after the 2 hour checkout accrue a fine of $2 per hour.
All audio visual items in the reserve section, are available for a 3 day checkout period.
Assistant Dean Hart has worked with the other UNT libraries to offer a robust collection of electronic resources in addition to the traditional print resources. More resources may be added over time.
Database access is provided to members of the UNT Dallas College of Law community and, in some cases, to the UNT System and University of North Texas communities.
|UNT Dallas College of Law community, UNT System community, University of North Texas community|
|UNT Dallas College of Law students, UNT Dallas College of Law faculty, select UNT Dallas College of Law staff|
The following databases are IP authenticated. This means that you do not have to provide a user ID and password as long as you are either on-campus or connected to our VPN prior to accessing the materials.
The following databases are password protected and are only available to UNT Dallas College of Law students and faculty. These vendors are very protective of their information and do not allow user IDs and passwords to be shared. You should never login someone else or provide your user ID and password to anyone, including employers. WestlawNext is restricted to academic use only (do not use it at a paid job). LexisNexis and Bloomberg allow you to utilize their products during law school for academic work and employment, but still have the sharing restrictions above.
There are additional databases available to law students for free or at low cost. The Law Library does not guarantee that it will provide technical support for these services, but it may offer training and/or instruction when time and interest permits.