Levin College of Law

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(352) 273-0724

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(352) 448-1542


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The law librarians at the Legal Information Center provide a full range of services to support UF Law faculty research and teaching needs. Below are links to many of the services that we offer.  If you do not find the answers to your questions on our page, please do not hesitate to contact your liaison or Faculty Services Librarian Gail Mathapo. Our goal is to make your interactions with the library and its staff as smooth and pleasant as possible.

Want to promote your scholarship? The library runs the UF Law Scholarship Repository and provides other Publication Support Services and Information.

Want to sign-up for current awareness services? We have a New Title List – with RSS feed, BNA Emails, SmartCILP, and SSRN emails.

Your liaison can assist in setting up training for your Faculty Research Assistant or a project with the Library Research Assistant Program.

Librarians are happy to provide In-Class Research Training for your students and Instructional Technology Training for you.

We offer research guides to help you and your students begin your legal research in various areas of the law.

Looking for a list of our legal research databases? Click here.

If you would like to place your previous exams or any other materials (digital or print) on Reserve, our system ARES is available to you 24/7. Note: From home, please run the VPN first.

Need to borrow a book or other materials for your research? You can Borrow Materials from Other UF Libraries or from Non-UF Libraries.   You can also set up an account for your Research Assistant to borrow materials on your behalf (Proxy Privileges).