Access Restrictions During Law School Exam Period: Friday, April 27 to Thursday, May 10 the Berkeley Law library will be open to Berkeley Law students ONLY.
Berkeley Faculty and Graduate Students
The Law Library is open to Berkeley faculty and graduate students who wish to use the library for legal research.
Undergraduates who wish to use the law library collection for research purposes only must first apply for an access pass at firstname.lastname@example.org. Passes are issued on an individual basis and are required to use the law library. All professors who teach undergraduate courses that have a legal research component should contact email@example.com regarding class access.
Outside of law school exam periods the law library is open to attorneys and members of the general public who wish to conduct legal research or to use Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) materials.