Using the Library
The University of Florida Legal Information Center in Holland Hall is open to the public. Please check our hours pages for specific dates and times.
Only UF students, faculty and staff have borrowing privileges, but any member of the public may use the resources in the library. The library has eleven public access computers. Members of the public may apply at any service desk for a free guest account to use the computers and access online resources.
Reference librarians will direct patrons to legal resources but cannot give legal advice. Consult our reference policy for additional information. Contact the Florida Bar or use the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory to find practicing attorneys in your area.
Members of the Florida Bar may apply for Legal Information Center borrowing privileges by visiting the Circulation Desk (8a.m. – 5p.m., M-F) to complete an application. A valid Florida Bar card and driver’s license are required. Lexis and Westlaw access is not provided. For more information, call (352) 273-0724.
Parking is restricted in areas near the law school Monday-Friday 7:30-3:30 p.m. UF Transportation & Parking Services has information about visitor parking.