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Eckstein Law Library Guide for Marquette Law Students: Welcome

Welcome to the Eckstein Law Library!

The Eckstein Law Library provides a variety of services, including individual research consultations, to meet the information needs of the students and faculty of the law school. Our goal is that you will find the law library a welcoming place with a staff ready to assist with your research and study. 

This guide has information about using law library services that you will need as a student at Marquette Law. It also defines some terms you will encounter in law school, both in and out of the library. Explore all the tabs that run along the top of this guide.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions you may have.  We are here to help.

 

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Food and beverages are allowed in the Law Library.  Please keep the area clean for all library users.

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Eckstein Law Library

1215 W. Michigan Street
Milwaukee, WI  53201-3137 

414-288-7092 (Circulation)
414-288-3837 (Reference)
414-288-7031 (recorded hours & closing information)
414-288-5914 (Fax)

Access to the Law Library

The law library and its collection, except reserve materials, are accessible during ALL hours Eckstein Hall is open. Assistance using the law library is available during hours that the Reference and Circulation desks are staffed. 

Staffed Library Services Hours−Fall & Spring Semesters:

Monday - Thursday        8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday                           8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday       10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

Law library staffed services are not offered on university holidays, including Labor Day. 

Special service hours are in effect during semester breaks, examination periods, and summer sessions. Staffed hours may vary, so please call 414-288-7031 for more information, or check the Eckstein Law Library Service Hours page for changes. 

REMINDER:

Student Group Study Rooms at Eckstein Hall may be reserved by law students via an online reservation system.   These rooms are available for group study or group projects related to students' legal education. Groups are defined as 2 or more students