Campbell Law School

Visitor Information

The Campbell Law Library is a research library and is not open to the general public. With more than 450 individuals enrolled at Campbell Law School, our library professionals must first focus on the study and research needs of our students. Practicing North Carolina Bar members, with proof of membership, and their staff are welcome to use the library collection or services during library hours. In order to use the library, law firm staff members (i.e. paralegals and legal assistants) must provide written authorization on firm letterhead from their supervising attorney to the security officer on duty.

Campbell University graduate and undergraduate students and Alumni may also use the library by appointment for legal research. Students from other colleges or universities may use the library by scheduling a time with our library staff to utilize certain resources. To make an appointment, please email Professor Olivia Weeks at

Our reference staff is happy to assist with reference questions. However, the library staff cannot provide legal advice or discuss legal theories of pending cases. A quiet environment must be maintained at all times in the library. For further information, you may also wish to consult the library's Policies.

For our visitors, there are ten public computers located on the second floor of the library and five public computers located on the first floor of the library, which can be used to browse the library's online catalog, CamelCat, and access the library's other online databases and research materials.