Are you a new Marquette Law Student?
Check out our Library Guide for New Students!
Welcome to Eckstein Law Library! For 1Ls and transfer students, our Guide for New Marquette Law Students will not only help in finding the way to course reserves and study aids, but will also give a jump start to legal research terms and citation abbreviations.
We invite new law students to look through this guide and then meet members of Eckstein Law Library at a library luncheon on either on August 27 and August 29.
Eckstein Law Library collects a number of study aids that many students find useful in learning fundamental concepts. Our collection includes guides from the following series: Examples & Explanations, Mastering, Questions & Answers, and Understanding.
Current editions are kept in the reserve room and can be requested and checked out at the circulation desk. Earlier editions of some titles may be available in the open stacks under the same call number.
Where can I find books, articles and other items my professors place on reserve?
To find items placed on reserve for a class, search the Class Reserves page of MARQCAT by the professor's name. If a professor teaches more than one course, all courses will be listed. Simply select the link for the course that you are enrolled in.
There are two types of class reserves, paper (and other hard items) and electronic. Electronic reserves are available directly through the Class Reserves page of MARQCAT via a link. You will see an e-reserve link displayed in the record after you’ve searched by professor. Click on the link to obtain the material.
Professor of Law; Director, Marquette University Law Library
Part-time Reference Librarian
Click on the link below to log into the Fastcase website.
MARQCATplus searches the library catalog as well as a number of Raynor databases and the University repository, e-pubs. A complete list of the databases searched is available.
MARQCATplus does not search the legal databases to which the law library subscribes.
Eckstein Law Library provides a photocopy service for materials held in our collection.
Requests are made by calling the circulation desk at 414-288-7092, and are generally processed within one business day, depending on the size and scope of the request. Please see the service fees below: