The law library provides students and faculty with the most comprehensive and up-to-date legal databases and research materials available. The library is continually adding to its impressive list of electronic resources to improve access to every specialty within today's modern legal practice.
Faculty, staff and students of Campbell Law can easily access printed and electronic resources located in the library's collection. CamelCat, the library's online catalog, provides a sophisticated interface for library functions and public access needs. Users can access bibliographic records for all of the library's titles, both on-campus and from remote locations, 24 hours a day, through the library's website.
Students and faculty also have access to all of the electronic research resources that the library subscribes to, through the library's public computers and wirelessly throughout the library and law school. Many resources may also be used from remote locations through the university's proxy server.