• Online Room Reservations
Law students can reserve online one of the eleven study rooms in the law library. There are also two study rooms that can be reserved outside the law library.
To Educate and Serve: The Centennial History of Creighton University School of Law, 1904-2004
The full text of this book is available as a PDF in the Creighton Digital Repository. The library has a print version in the collection. If you would like to use that copy you can find it in the library at KF292.C74 P65 2007. If you need assistance finding this book ask for help at the Reference desk.
The law library offers extended library access to students who demonstrate a need for this access. The access allows students to enter the library during specified non-business hours during the week and the weekend. If you would like to apply, please provide your name via the following form. If you qualify for extended access, then you will need to sign an extended library hours access agreement and go through a brief orientation (5-10 minutes) of the rules and expectations.
If you need Reference Help during the times classes are being done online please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
To speak to a reference librarian on the phone we recommend you email email@example.com and let us know you would like to speak to a reference librarian. Provide your phone number and when you are available to take a call and a librarian will reach out to you. Our current general schedule for phone reference Is from 10am - 4pm Monday - Friday.
When you email firstname.lastname@example.org your email goes to six members of the law library staff that provide reference assistance.
The library subscribes to these online study aids packages available to Law students and faculty: