Colorado Law Schools Libraries


Colorado Law Schools Libraries

  • Boulder - University of Colorado Law School Library

    The Law Library is open to everyone, including law and non-law students, alumni and the general public. No I.D. is required to enter the building or library, however non-university users must present I.D. and apply for a library card if they wish to check out materials.

  • Denver - University of Denver - STURM College of Law Library

    Special Collections: Colorado Collection Colorado materials include statutes, cases, regulations and a variety of state practice materials including jury instructions, court rules and formbooks. Environmental and Natural Resources Collection The law library collection supports a variety of environmental and natural resources law activities, including JD / LLM classes, the Earthjustice clinic and internship program. Government Documents Collection The library has been a selective federal depository since 1978, which entitles us to free U.S. government documents selected to sustain the law school and community’s legal research needs. International Collection International materials in the law library cover both public and private international law with an emphasis on material in the English language.

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