Welcome to the Robert S. Marx Law Library! This guide is intended to introduce you to the many ways that the Library can assist you in your teaching, research, and scholarship!
Your UC ID (Bearcat Card) will allow you access to the building and the Law Library 24/7. If you forget your UC ID during regular business hours (weekdays, 8:00am -- 5:00pm) enter through the Clifton Avenue doors.
If you forget your UC ID after-business-hours or on the weekend use the sliding glass doors at the back of the building where a call button has been installed with voice and video links to the Library Circulation Desk. This service is only available during hours that the Law Library is open. See Library Hours for a schedule of open hours.
To enter the Library when it is closed, swipe your ID card through the key-card reader mounted outside the library entrance located across from classroom 302. Exit after-hours through that same door.
Although law faculty and students have 24/7 access to the Library, circulation and reference are only available during certain hours. Hours vary over the summer and during holidays. You can check Library hours at 556-0163 or at http://www.law.uc.edu/library/home/library-hours.
Take advantage of Reference Librarian expertise! Call the Reference Desk at 513-556-8078 with research questions and we'll be happy to help with suggestions for sources and tips. Also, don't forget the Library's Web page and many research guides.
To report unauthorized persons in the Law Library after hours, or to report any personal or facility-related emergency, please call UC Public Safety at 556-1111. Report any problem that you experience with the key-card access function of your I.D. card to Susan Boland, Associate Director of Public & Research Services.
Director, Law Library
Professor of Practice
Room 314B, Marx Law Library
Circulation Desk: 556-3016
Reference Desk: 556-8078
Library Hours: 556-0163
Lexis / Westlaw Passwords: 556-0158
Interlibrary Loan: 556-1332
Library Website: http://www.law.uc.edu/library
Library on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UCLawLibrary
Library on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/marxlawlib
Library on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!UCLawLib
Marx Markings, the Library's blog: http://lawblogs.uc.edu/marxblog
Check into the Library via FourSquare: https://foursquare.com/venue/2071680
Note: IT is no longer under the Law Library. Those seeking IT support and information should contact the following: