Whether you’re looking for a book, need help with jump-starting research for your seminar paper, or just want to find out more about what the Law Library can do for you, the Pepperdine Law Library’s reference librarians are here to help!
- To help law students get started with their research, the reference librarians have prepared LawGuides, a series of helpful online research guides on a number of legal topics. From bioethics law to federal legislative history to foreign, comparative, and international law (FCIL) research, we’ve got you covered! We also provide LawGuides describing various library services, such as guides for new students and for faculty research assistants.
- The Law Library subscribes to a number of online databases providing access to a wide variety of legal materials, including Congressional documents and original copies of law review articles. The reference libarians are happy to walk you through how to use any of these online resources.
- There are a number of ways for you to get in touch with us. During our regular reference hours, feel free to stop by the reference office in the Law Library or to call us at (310) 506-7591 to chat with us in person. If you’re on a computer or cellphone, send us a question via email, chat, or text through our online LawAnswers service. We’ll respond to you as soon as possible during reference hours.
Remember: We are here to help! Please contact us with any questions you have. We look forward to working with you during your time at Pepperdine Law!