Thanksgiving and Exam Hours
The library will be on a modified schedule following the end of law classes on Friday, November 30th. Please see the schedule for our hours during the Thanksgiving Break and Exam Period.
Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aids
Students preparing for exams now have access to the Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aid Library, which includes e-books of popular series like CrunchTime, Emanuel Law Outlines, Examples & Explanations, Glannon Guides, and many more.
See the law library's Exams & Study Aids page for more help with exam prep!
The Wolf Law Library is currently open to all members of the William & Mary community. The law school, library, and W&M campus, however, remain closed to the public. Read the latest about COVID-19 and the Path Forward for fall.
Please see the law library's page for special services during this time.
For W&M students and faculty working remotely with research questions, please email Reference at [[wolflibref]]. For document delivery, contact Interlibrary Loan at [[lawill]]. For general information, please call the Circulation Desk at 757-221-3260, and staff will return your call as soon as possible.
Everyone is encouraged to follow proper procedures to prevent the spread of the virus. For detailed information about the COVID-19 virus, visit the CDC website.
Contact-Free Pick Up
William & Mary Libraries is providing contact-free pick up of library materials for W&M users. Students, faculty, and staff may collect items at the Wolf Law Library, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM. Detailed instructions for making requests for pick up through the online catalog are available on the Law Library's special services page. Contact-free pick up is also available at the Swem Library, and at VIMS Hargis Library.
Library Drop Box
The law library has an outside drop box for returning books and materials. The drop box is located against the front of the law school, to the right of the front doors.
Legal Practice Handouts
Need a quick refresher on legal research skills? Your team of reference librarians have created a new set of online handouts summarizing the legal research techniques you learned in your Legal Practice classes. Topics include secondary sources, statutes, regulations, case law, and legislative history.