Outside of law school exam periods and holidays, the Law Library is open to the entire University of California, Berkeley community, as well as attorneys and members of the general public who wish to conduct legal research or to use Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) materials.
Undergraduates who wish to use the law library collection for research purposes only can apply for an access pass at firstname.lastname@example.org. Passes are issued on an individual basis.
Borrowing privileges cannot be extended to undergraduates, students from other law schools, attorneys, or the general public.
See Access & Borrowing for details.
The Law Library also is home to the world-renowned Robbins Collection of rare books and manuscripts in civil and religious law. Students, faculty and scholars from all over the world come to the Law Library and Robbins Collection to conduct research and engage in legal scholarship.