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Law Library

In compliance with Governor Whitmer's Executive Order, the Law Library will be closed through May 15, 2020. The building is closed to all members of the public, faculty, staff, and students. This closure is subject to change. 

Students and faculty may direct reference requests to a librarian at lawlibrary@udmercy.edu. To learn more about accessing library resources remotely click here.

Westlaw COVID-19 Content Page

This is a Content Page available on both Westlaw Edge and Westlaw Classic for customers that need to access COVID-19 related materials. From this page you can search both Federal and State materials including legislation, executive orders and presidential proclamations, and Reuters News materials. It also provides quick access to the Practical Law Global Coronavirus Toolkit.

The Kresge Law Library supports foundational research and provides direction for more in-depth research on legal issues of interest to our faculty and students by maintaining comprehensive core collections in a variety of formats on each area of law covered by our curriculum or that is the subject of faculty research. The library provides access to high-quality library services designed to meet the curriculum, research, professional, intellectual, creative, and personal needs of the Detroit Mercy community, and provides Detroit lawyers and residents with access to basic legal information.

Library Hours

Pursuant to Governor Whitmer's executive order the Detroit Mercy Law Library is closed. Please check back for updates on Library hours, and be sure to visit the University's COVID-19 page for information regarding COVID-19 developments.