Find an Item
Find a book, journal, treatise, database, or other resource in print or online at the Law Library, the University of Michigan, or from libraries around the world.
Find an Item at the Michigan Law Library
Find any book, journal, treatise, or other material owned by the University of Michigan Law library using our catalogs.
For a Google-like search experience. Refine search results using a variety of facets, such as subject, jurisdiction, or location.
For more advanced options, and to find exams and reserves by course or professor.
Find an Item at the University of Michigan
To search all libraries in the University of Michigan system, including Dearborn and Flint campuses.
Find an Item Anywhere in the World
Use WorldCat to search all libraries worldwide. If what you seek isn’t on campus, place an Interlibrary Loan request through
- Find a Database or Other Digital Resource
Request a Book from the Law Library
Search the catalog. When viewing an item, use the gray “Request” button at the top of the page to request a physical copy of the book. You will be notified when the item is ready for use.
Log in to your Michigan Law library account to manage book requests
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Search the catalog. When viewing an item, use the yellow “Request a Scan” button on the right side of the page and fill out the following form. You will receive an email when the request is complete.
Request a book or scan of any item that is not owned at the law library or on campus by filling out a request form.
Log in to your ILL account to manage requests from Non-UM libraries.
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The University of Michigan Law Library cannot provide legal advice. Drafting/editing documents, filling out forms, representing someone in court, or providing any advice on a legal matter—including identifying relevant laws or cases—are some of the activities that may count as providing legal advice.
We can, however, connect you with many resources, including some free and low-cost options.