The Law Library provides extensive services for our students at LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. Follow the links on the left to find complete information on these services.
- Research guides are a good way to begin your research when you are studying or writing a paper in a new area of law.
- Find West nutshells, study aids, hornbooks, treatises, audio CDs, or other materials related to your class using the Student Research Portal.
- If a book or article you need is not available at the LSU Law Library, search the LSU Libraries Catalog first. You have borrowing privileges with LSU Libraries. If neither the LSU Law Library or LSU Libraries have the item, the librarians can request it from another library through an interlibrary loan.
- Past exams are available on the student share drive. To access past exams once you have logged on, double-click the “Community Files” folder and then the “Students Share” folder. You can then open the “Past Exams” folder for past exams sorted by professor. Earlier exams are available in print at Louisiana Collection KFL81 .F56.
- We have audio CDs with detailed lectures in more than 20 areas of law.
- Use CALI exercises in preparation for exams. For the authorization code to register stop by the Reference Desk or go to PAWS > Library Resources > Password Information.
- Request a Research Appointment for a specific research project.
Reference and research assistance are available in person at the Reference Desk in the LSU Law Library, by email email@example.com), or by telephone (225-578-4042).