for the University of Toronto Community
Services for students and faculty from other faculites and disciplines at the University of Toronto.
Access to the print collection is available to all persons during normal hours of operation who need to conduct legal research and use the resources within the library.
Access to certain electronic resources is limited to registered law students due to licensing restrictions.
Students and Faculty with valid library cards may borrow material. .During exam season in December and April, access to the Law Library during weekends is usually restricted to law students and alumni of the law school.
- Regular items: - 0.50/day per book
- Short Term Loan: - are 0.50/hour to a maximum of $7.50 a day
- Recalls: $2.00/day per book.
- Library privileges are blocked when fines reach $25.00
- Replacement charge for lost books: $145.00 +fines if applicable.
Copying is 15 cents per page. All copiers accept T Cards.
There is also a laser printer on the main floor for printing from the computers in the Law Commons at a cost of 15 cents per page.
The reference desk is staffed from Monday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm. (tel: (416) 978-1072).
Use the online to look for books in our library. There is no separate catalogue for just the Bora Laskin Law Library; the catalogue shows the listings of all campus libraries. To locate books held by our library, choose "Law Library (Bora Laskin)" from the pull down menu below the search box. If the Bora Laskin Law Library does not have the item, you may want to check the (4700 Keele St.) or the (130 Queens St. E., Osgoode Subway station) to see if either of those libraries has it.A limited amount of Canadian caselaw can be accessed for free on the Internet at CANLII: Our library's website also provides .