Library Access

The primary mission of the Law Library is to support the learning and research needs of Baylor Law School students and faculty. The wider Baylor University community and the general public are welcome to use the library to conduct legal research. However, Baylor undergraduate and graduate students are not permitted to study in the Law Library and may be asked to leave the premises at the discretion of the library staff.

Borrowing privileges are limited to Baylor Law students and faculty, and may be extended to local attorneys. Please see the Circulation and Interlibrary Loan page for more information.

Use of the computers in the Library is limited to Baylor Law students; a password is required to log in. Non-Baylor Law users may use the coin-operated photocopier and may also access the Baylor Guest Wi-fi network on their own devices.

Members of the general public should consult both the Public Building Hours schedule as well as the Library Hours schedule to determine when they may access the library. A Baylor ID is required to enter the law Library outside of public building hours.