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Library Services


Reference Services

Librarians are available to assist with legal research questions during library’s Reference hours. You are welcome to visit or call the Reference desk during posted hours or schedule an appointment with a librarian for assistance.


Clinic Resources in the Library


UDC Learning Resource Division’s (LRD) Databases

  • How to access LRD databases on campus – Go to the Learning Resource Division’s website. From there you can search for a database, or access an alphabetical or a subject list of databases.
  • How to access LRD databases off campus – To access databases off campus you will need to have the barcode on the back of your University ID entered into their circulation database. First, go to the Circulation Desk on the B Level of Building 39 with your UDC ID. The librarians there will update your information in their database. Once you have done this you when you are off campus, click on the database you would like to use. You will be prompted to enter the information necessary for off-campus access.


Past Exams

Access to Past Exams is restricted to members of the UDC Law community.

Login to Past Exams


Article Submission

ExpressO – ExpressO is an article submission tool that allows you to easily submit your manuscript to law reviews. If you are a new member of the faculty please email John Jensen to be added to the institutional account. Once you’ve been added you can go to ExpressO and click “My Account”.

When prompted to log on, please enter your email address and password. If this is the first time you are accessing your account, enter your authorized email address, leave the password field blank and click “Login”. You will then have the opportunity to enter a password to use for future access.

When you are ready to submit your work, please visit the ExpressO home page and click “Submit Now”. I recommend you review ExpressO’s video tutorials for authors for instructions on how to make your submission. Please also feel free to visit the ExpressO FAQ Author page where many of your questions will be answered.


Teaching Resources

The library has created a teaching resources page that provides sources for teaching in higher education. Please click here to access the page.


Technology and AV Assistance

The library provides support for use of classroom technology, office computers, and some laptop support. For more information, please view our Technology pages or contact the Technology Help Desk.