School of Law Library
The University of Dayton School of Law’s Zimmerman Law Library in Joseph E. Keller Hall provides access to 300,000 printed materials, microfilms and legal databases on Anglo-American, foreign, comparative and international law. The Library also has a host of bar exam preparation materials and academic support resources. Its open-stack arrangement permits easy access to all materials, and Library faculty and staff are readily available to provide assistance to law school students, faculty and staff.
Open until midnight Sunday through Thursday and until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday during the academic terms, the Zimmerman Law Library provides 500 seats for study and research, an abundance of electrical outlets and several computers with Internet access for public use. Group study rooms are available to current law school students, faculty, and staff, and wireless access is available with a UD login and password. The Zimmerman Law Library is generally open to undergraduate students, lawyers, judges and the public; however, hours and access may be more limited.