The law library’s primary mission is to serve the students, faculty, and staff of the GGU School of Law specifically, and the GGU community generally. We assist with expert legal research, publication, and with educational and curricular needs


Reference Desk

415 - 442 - 6692

Circulation Desk

415 - 442 - 6680


Regular Hours:
  • Mon - Thu: 7:30 am - 10:30 pm
  • Fri: 7:30 am - 9 pm
  • Sat: 10 am - 7 pm
  • Sun: 11 am - 6 pm



Legal Databases

The Law Library subscribes to numerous databases to aid in your legal research. All subscription databases require users to log in with their GGU4You credentials.

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Research Guides

Research Guides help you with legal research on a variety of topics, from Animal Law to the US Supreme Court.

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Past Exams

Past law exams are available online for five years. Older exams are in bound volumes in the law library.  You will need a password to access the exams online; please obtain it from your professor or the law library.

Past Exams

Inter-Library Loan

Need a book or article that’s not in our library? Request it through Inter-Library Loan.

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Law Journals

GGU Law School publishes three law reviews: Annual Survey of International & Comparative Law, the GGU Law Review, and the Environmental Law Journal.

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Digital Commons

Our Institutional Repository is a digital collection that seeks to capture, organize, and preserve world-wide access to the research and scholarship of our faculty, students, administration, clinics and centers.

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Government Documents

The Law Library has been a selective Federal depository since 1979. We also have a collection of California state documents.

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Special Collections

Check out our collection of materials on California Supreme Court Justice Jesse Carter (a GGU Law alum), and our Law & Literature collection.

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Library Services

The Law Library offers a wide variety of services to support the GGU Law community, including assisting with expert legal research, publication, and with educational and curricular needs.

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