The Law Library is a research facility designed to support the work of students and faculty of the University of Miami School of Law. With over 620,000 volumes and volume equivalents (microforms), it is one of the largest legal research libraries in the Southeast.
CALI provides hundreds of interactive lessons written by law faculty and librarians design to help you understand many legal topics. Lessons may be found online or in DVD format. (Instructions to register for CALI)
Many of the library's databases have different use restrictions over the summer. See what you can access for summertime research projects.
Pre-recorded research lectures to watch and enjoy as needed. These trainings cover several topics useful for research during summer clerkships, such as researching administrative law, preparing a legislative history, and more.
"Perhaps the two most valuable and satisfactory products of American civilization are the librarian on the one hand and the cocktail in the other."
- Louis Stanley Jast, Librarian
Online training sessions for when you need a refresher.