Document Delivery | Microforms | Prisoner Requests | Wireless | Writable CDs
Whether you're looking for a form, need help with online research, want to research Utah's historical statutes or are tackling something in between, law library staff can help.
Law library staff cannot do your research for you, or provide legal advice. Please see our Legal Research & Advice policy for more information.
By state law, only specific groups of state government employees may check out materials from the law library. All others are welcome to use materials in the library.
We offer free presentations for the public on a variety of legal topics.
Our self-service copiers accept coins and one and five dollar bills. You can also pay for copies with Visa or MasterCard, or with a check. Copies are 20¢ per page.
Use our document delivery service to request a copy of something from our collection.
Some library materials are on microfiche or microfilm. The law library has a microform reader/printer. Copies are 20¢ per page.
We provide a copy service for prisoners in Utah and from other states.
The Utah State Courts offer free wireless access in many courthouses, including the Matheson Courthouse where the State Law Library is located. See our Wireless Access in the Courts page for more information.
You can save information from our public computers onto a jump drive or CD-R. Bring your own jump drive or CD-R, or purchase a CD-R from the law library for 50¢.