COVID and Fall 2022 Access

Library Hours:

On Tuesday, September 6, our Fall hours begin. Members of the public can access the Library from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday. Please see our Hours and Location page for more information.

Study Rooms:

Group study rooms continue to be booked online. Group study rooms may be booked and used ONLY by current students at the Faculty of Law.

Electronic Resources and eBooks:

The Law Library subscribes to a significant number of legal databases. In addition to these databases, we have purchased access to a large number of eBooks published by Irwin Law, Edward Elgar, LexisNexis, and Thomson Reuters, and we recently acquired access to approximately 60 titles from the Emond Publishing Casebook collection. You can check the online availability of the Fall term's course readings here.

The Print Collection:

As of September 6, 2022, our print collection, including Course Reserves and Stacks, can be borrowed by those in the Faculty of Law and the rest of the U of T community. Books in Course Reserves can be borrowed at our Circulation Desk; please see our first term course reading lists for the titles and call numbers (list is also available at the Circulation Desk). Some of these books are also available online.

Reference and Research Support

Law Librarians are available to provide reference and research support remotely by phone, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, or email. Please contact them directly or through

Updated September 12, 2022.