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Library & Technology Services

A resource guide with information about accessing electronic resources and Law Library and Technology services.

Ask a Librarian

Have a Question?

Visit us in Law Library Room 146 or email questions to 

Call (703) 993-8076 to leave a voicemail for the reference librarians and receive a callback. Email is preferred and is the quickest way to reach us.

On-Site & Email Reference Hours:

Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM

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Welcome to the Law Library!

Library circulation desk with students presnt

WELCOME to the Law Library! Whether you will be studying and using the Library in-person this semester or using our resources off-site, we have so much to offer. We will speak with you during Orientation and provide links to those presentations here. The Tabs along the left side of this page provide a lot of information that we will cover together in Orientation and beyond.

Reference Librarians will be embedded in LRWA I to provide legal research instruction and assist you with your legal research assignments. Never hesitate to reach out to us with questions by email to or to one of us directly (our profiles and emails are here).  

For questions about checking out books and materials, study rooms, and Library policies, email

Finally, if you are federal work-study eligible and would like to work in the Library, please email for more information. If you're not sure if you're work-study eligible, Library staff can help you figure that out. 

We look forward to supporting you during your time at Antonin Scalia Law School!

Passwords to Register

Please register these passwords before your Library & Technology Orientation session on Tuesday, August 16.

Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law

Before your library orientation session, you should receive an email with instructions for activating Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law accounts.  If you do not, please email John Scherrer.

Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction

Subscription Databases | Law School Library | Baylor University

As a GMU student, you have access to CALI materials. To obtain the CALI passcode and sign up for an account, please see the 1L intranet page or email  CALI has authored a Quick Start Guide and also compiled a useful list of 1L Student Resources.  Visit to register.