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Library Resources for Stanford Law School Students

Introduction

This guide is intended to acquaint Stanford Law School students with valuable resources that the Robert Crown Law Library offers.  Please visit the Robert Crown Law Library's Student Services page for more information.

Library Hours & Info

As our community continues to adjust to the pandemic, please know that our team is “here” for students both in-person and virtually.  Many SLS staff are working hybrid schedules.  We will not all be on campus 100% of the time.  We look forward to being with you online, outdoors, and indoors as your health and safety and ours permit.

SLS students have 24/7 access to the second floor of the library.  Just swipe your Stanford ID card at the card reader at the door on the second floor.  Please visit the library's hours page for up to date library and reference hours.

Frequently Used Resources

During your time at SLS, we hope you take advantage of the myriad resources available to you through the library.  Some of the most frequently used resources include:

Contact Us!

You have questions?  We have answers!  

Law librarians and library staff are available to help you find your way around the library and its legal materials, provide research support, and assist you in locating materials that are not in our library. 

Reach a friendly law librarian by email (reference@law.stanford.edu) or phone (650-725-0800).  Please also feel free to stop by our Zoom reference office or by make an appointment with a librarian.