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Access to the Eckstein Law Library: Collection and Research Resources

We are here for you!

The Eckstein Law Library has always been a "library without borders."  That is true now more than ever!  Though the physical space may be temporarily closed to the public, the library is still operating; we are just operating remotely.  Most important, we are still available to help you with your legal research needs via telephone and email.

This Guide provides details on our continuing services, information on certain online resources available, and some additional information that may be useful to you during this unusual time in history. 

Law students, for information on remote resources and reference services available to you, please see our guide on Law Library Resources for Students Working Remotely

On-site Collection

While many research resources are available electronically, we are unable to provide the public access to our physical collection, including our physical government depository collections, at this time.  We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to providing full access in the future. 

Many government documents are available online at  Contact information for other federal depository libraries can be found in the Federal Depository Library Directory at  For additional options for remote access to government documents, please see the Freely Accessible Online Resources box to the right.

Online Catalog

A limited number of materials in our online catalog are available via link to a freely available electronic resource.  The catalog record will provide links when such free electronic access is noted.  Please note that links to electronic subscription sources are restricted to Marquette students and faculty. 

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Freely Accessible Online Resources




  • BadgerLink, an online library licensed for free access for all of Wisconsin's residents, is another free resource for many subscription databases and various types of information.