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Remote Services for Students and Faculty

Research & Instruction

The Law Library will continue to offer assistance with research and instruction using our remote resources.

Reference Librarians will be available Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, to answer questions via email at: or via the Law Library Text Chat service.

If you have any questions about library services while you are off-campus, please contact us at and we will answer you promptly during our reference hours.

Electronic Resources

Many Law Library and UofSC Libraries resources may be accessed remotely using your UofSC log-in credentials (the username and password used for your University email account).

E-books and other online resources can also be located through the Law Library's online catalog. Using an Advanced Search can narrow your search results to include only e-books, only e-journals, or other online-only resources.

For assistance using electronic resources, please contact and we will answer promptly during our reference hours (Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM).

Quick Links

Course Materials

For additional assistance with accessing these resources, please see Who to Contact.

  • Bluebook Online - (Available for a 60 day subscription)
    • The law library is able to provide temporary access to the Bluebook online, due to classes going online and the generosity of the publisher. 
    • If any student needs to use the Bluebook online to help them finish out the semester, and if you did not already receive a Bluebook Key from your current or former LRAW professor, please contact the reference librarian on duty to request a Bluebook Key:
    • Entering your Bluebook Key allows you to set up a 60 day subscription for the Bluebook Online: 
    • You will need to register using your email address and create a password. 
    • Troubleshooting:
      • 1Ls and 2Ls – Please first check your email to see if you received a Bluebook Key from your current or former LRAW professor. If not, contact for a Bluebook Key.
      • 3Ls – Please first consider whether you need online Bluebook access this semester. If so, contact for a Bluebook Key.
      • If you have forgotten your password, please use the Forgotten Password function at

  • HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service
    • The Law Library has been approved for HathiTrust's Emergency Temporarary Access Service. To gain access, please:
      • Visit, click LOG IN and select University of South Carolina from the dropdown list. Then enter your UofSC network username and password.
      • You will be able to access the entire public domain collection plus temporarily have limited access to in-copyright and copyright-undetermined volumes held by our library.
      • For more information, please see

  • LexisNexis Digital Library - (Available for a 59 day subscription)
    • LexisNexis has provided virtual access to the LexisNexis Digital Library Trial Site for UofSC law students. This service gives you access to a collection of treatises, practice guides, study guides and more in eBook format for a trial period of 59 days. To gain access, please:

Circulation & Material Requests

Due to evolving circumstances and anticipated delays, the library cannot guarantee timely receipt of your requests for new materials at this time. We appreciate your patience.

If you have borrowed any library materials, please do not attempt to return them while campus is closed. The library will renew them throughout the closure, and will provide instructions for returning materials when the library re-opens. Please contact Andy Kretschmar with any questions.

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The PASCAL Delivers service is currently unavailable.


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Requesting materials through the Law Library online catalog is currently unavailable. However, ebooks and other electronic resources can still be accessed through the online catalog.

Instructions on your Smartphone

Instagram Story IconAll instructions for remote resources that we post on the @UofSCLawLib Instagram story are saved.

View them on your smartphone at, then click the “Remote?” highlight.

Who to Contact