Welcome to Notre Dame Law School’s Kresge Law Library. Here a talented staff, quality collection, and splendid physical facility combine to make the law library one of the law school’s finest assets. The beautiful reading room with its Gothic-themed architecture is filled with natural light and features attractive study spaces. Located on four floors in the superbly-renovated Biolchini Hall of Law, the law library includes seating for 550
- with 150 individual study carrels. There are 26 study rooms for collaborative study. The rich collection contains 300,000 print volumes, 3,000 print serial titles, 300,000 microform volume equivalents, and more than 35,000 electronic resources. We hope that seated in these comfortable surroundings, assisted by knowledgeable staff, you’ll be inspired to do your best while preparing for class or conducting extensive research.
Writing for a law journal and need to refresh your memory about the numerous Bluebook rules?
Attend the Bluebook refresher session on Wednesday, April 16 (next week) from 1:00-1:50 p.m. in room 1140 Eck Hall of Law.
We will discuss the rules for citing various sources (including short forms and spacing in abbreviations) and take a quick look at the use of introductory signals.
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P.O. Box 535
Notre Dame, IN 46556-0535