Duquesne University School of Law

Allegheny County Law Library (ACLL)

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The Allegheny County Law Library (ACLL) is a free, public law library open to legal professionals and the general public; however, a membership card is required to borrow library materials and to access some databases and other services may require an additional fee.

 

The ACLL turns 150 this year! Learn more about our Anniversary Celebration Event on November 15th or share an ACLL story

 

Library Information:

Membership | Staff directory | Rules of Conduct

 

Library News:

Facebook | Twitter | ACLL Wire (eNewsletter)

 

Services:

CLEs | eReference | Document Delivery | More Services

 

Electronic Resources:

QuickSearch (library catalog) | All Electronic Databases | Fastcase (small firm members)

 

Starting Points for Research:

Legal Information and News | Government Information | Pro Bono Resources

 

Pennsylvania Law Guides:

Bibliography of Pennsylvania Law | Allegheny County Codes and Ordinances | Pa. Constitution Guide

 

Subject Guides:

ADR | Animal Law | Criminal Law | More Guides

 

The Allegheny County Law Library is managed by the Duquesne University Center for Legal Information through a unique joint-library partnership. Based on an agreement between Duquesne University and Allegheny County, the two libraries offer legal research collections and services that meet the needs of the legal community as well as the public of Allegheny County and western Pennsylvania.

This library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents. Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law (Title 44 United States Code). If you have questions concerning use of government documents, please ask a librarian or staff member.