The library catalog, called CLICsearch, provides a one-stop search that incorporates all the databases UST subscribes to. You may also search every CLIC library in the greater Twin Cities area for books and other materials. If you need to request material from another CLIC library, sign in to CLICsearch with your UST username and password and click the Request link under the "Get it in the Library" section of the item's information page.
If you can't find something in CLICsearch, consider placing an interlibrary loan or talking to the circulation staff. Instructions on how to put in a ILL request.
Group Study Rooms
Twelve group study rooms are available in the law library. Groups of two or more law students may reserve the rooms for two-hour blocks of time. If no other group has reserved the room, a group may renew their reservation for an additional two-hour time period. Each room has a sign-up sheet next to the door.
Study carrels are available throughout the library and may be reserved by faculty research assistants and law students working on the upper lever writing requirement. Carrels may be reserved for one semester and may be renewed if the holder remains an eligible user. Study Carrel Registration Form (PDF) and are also available at the circulation desk.
Reserved carrels may be used for temporary storage of library books that have been properly checked out at the circulation desk. No personal belongings should be left in the carrels. The carrels may not be personalized with photos, flowers, etc.