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Remote Services for the Public

Reference Assistance

  • Reference Librarians are available Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, to answer questions via email at: lawref@law.sc.edu or via the Law Library Text Chat service.
  • Virtual reference services are also available. For more information on Text or Video Chat options, please visit the Reference Help page.

Reference librarians cannot give legal advice, but can help you find material to research your legal issues.

Legal Help


 

Law Library Research Guides

Online research guides prepared by UofSC law librarians:


The Circuit Riders guide includes a Topical Legal Research Guides page, including subjects such as Criminal Law and Family Law.

This guide also includes self-help resources and information on legal services that may be available to assist you.

Online Resources

Websites that may be useful for locating legal information:


Case Law Research

  • Google Scholar
    • Choose "Case law" to search state and federal court opinions.

 

South Carolina Resources

 

Federal Resources