Table of Contents
  1. Library Collection
  2. Subscription Databases
  3. Interdisciplinary Resources

Library Collection

The Law Library provides the resources necessary to support the curricular and scholarly activities of students and faculty of the Law School. It offers a comprehensive collection of primary legal materials from all jurisdictions in the United States, a growing collection of international and comparative legal materials, indexing tools, and an extensive array of secondary materials. Access to multidisciplinary resources is available both within the Law Library and through resources provided through Marquette's Raynor Memorial Libraries.

MARQCAT, the Marquette University Libraries Online Catalog, is available on the Law Library website. Users may restrict the collection to the Law Library or search all Marquette materials by selecting Entire Collection from the drop down menu. In addition to providing author, title and subject access to the libraries' collections, the catalog permits users to conduct substantial library business over the Internet, such as viewing their check-out records and renewing material.

To access certain databases remotely (either away from your office or via wireless laptop in Eckstein Hall), you may need to use your Marqnet credentials (the username and password you use for CheckMarq and the Law School website) or the Virtual Private Network (VPN). Learn more about wireless access and VPN

Subscription Databases

Refer to the Subscription Databases page of the Law Library website for information about subscription databases and to the Research Links page for state, federal and international legal research websites.

Please contact your library liaison or the Law Library Director, Elana Olson (81696), with questions, including for access to Bloomberg Law, Lexis and Westlaw.

Interdisciplinary Resources

Access to print and online material and databases for a wide range of disciplines is available through Marquette's Raynor Memorial Libraries