M.A. Law and LL.M. Students
Use links in the header above to access law library services and the hundreds of thousands of print and online legal research resources available to you, courtesy of the Law Library.
For assistance in locating resources, refining a search, or using resources more efficiently, contact a Law Library Faculty Member at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (757) 352-4145.
Below, you will find specific information on accessing databases, and services for both local and distance law students.
Always use the links under 'Research Tools' in the header above to access databases. Database links on those pages afford access to almost all law and university databases from off campus using your regular Regent login and password.
Westlaw & Lexis: M.A. students who wish to obtain access to Lexis and/or Westlaw databases should contact Bill Magee for password information.
LL.M. and M.A. in Law students who live in the local Tidewater area have access to the physical resources and facilities of the Law Library during all posted hours of operation. They may lease carrels, reserve study rooms, and enjoy all other in-house services of the Law Library in the same manner as other on-campus law students.
M.A. and LL.M. students who live outside the local Tidewater area have access to the full scope of reference and circulation services available to other students. Please note that service hours are all posted in Eastern Standard Time.
Reference: Law Library Faculty monitor email throughout the day and are available during regular reference hours to assist students with locating resources, creating search strings, making the most of research tools, and building a research strategy in any area of law. Find contact information for the Law Library Faculty at the top of this page.
Circulation: Most of the Law Library collection does not circulate. Materials that do circulate may be borrowed in accordance with Law Library policy. The following additional policies pertain to distance students.