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Chickasaw Nation Law Library at Oklahoma City University School of Law: About the Library

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Welcome to the Law Library

The Chickasaw Nation Law Library at Oklahoma City University is available for use by the faculty, staff, and students of Oklahoma City University and Oklahoma City University Law School.  Due to COVID-19, the Law Library is closed to any other patrons. Additional details on the resources and services available at the  Law Library are available in the Research Guides and LibGuides.  In all cases, use of the facilities and resources of the Law Library are subject to compliance with the rules of the Law Library.

The mission of the law library is to support the teaching, scholarship, research, and service endeavors of the students and faculty. In fulfilling this mission, the law library provides professional service, access to a high quality and thoughtfully organized collection in a variety of formats, and instructional programs that develop the legal research expertise of students. The law library is also a resource center for the legal profession and local community. In providing resources and services, the law library embraces the principles of diversity, equality, and inclusion.

Federal Depository Library

The Law Library is a member of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP). Members of the public may access materials received under the FDLP program during the Law Library’s public hours.  Access to these materials for members of the public is not available outside of public hours or during law final examination and reading periods.  Please note that the Law Library receives only a very small portion of FDLP materials.  The Circulation and Reference Departments are available to assist patrons with FDLP materials.  Individuals using the FDLP materials must abide by all other Law School, Law Library, and University rules and regulations. The Law Library has the right to bar or remove any individual who poses a threat to library staff, other patrons, or the security of library collections.

A basic collection of Federal Depository items is available here. Many are available electronically.

Library Rules

  1. Any conduct that interferes with another person’s appropriate use of the Library, or otherwise violates 21 O.S. 1376, is prohibited.
  2. Talking and collaborative study is permitted on the first floor, in the reference area and in study and collaboration rooms.  All other areas are designated for silent study only.
  3. Food is not allowed in the silent areas.
  4. Talking or making any noise with a cellphone is prohibited in the silent areas. All ringers should be set to silent mode in the library.
  5. Removing materials from the law library without first checking them out, hiding, mutilating materials, or otherwise depriving others of their use is grounds for disciplinary action under the Student Conduct Code, Article 2.01(g) and/or criminal prosecution under 21 O.S. Sec. 1739. 
  6. Law Library employees will provide patrons with a reminder of library rules whenever necessary to preserve the studious environment of the library. Law Library employees will take appropriate action when these rules are violated.
  7. These rules are subject to change.

Reserve a Study Room

Rooms 112, 113, 114, 119, 120, 206, 207, 215, 228, and 236 are available for reservation online.

Study room reservations must adhere to the follow guidelines or reservations may be canceled. Study room policies will be more strictly enforced during reading and finals weeks, as well as during bar study times.

  • Law Library study rooms on the first and second floor are for OCU Law students, or OCU Law alums studying for the Bar Exam.
  • You must use your OCU email address to reserve a room.
  • You must list the members of your group on the reservation.
  • Rooms may be booked no more than 1 week in advance.
  • "Reservation" refers to the entire period of time booked by a group per day.
  • Each person/group may reserve a maximum of 4 hours per day.
  • Reservations may not be made under multiple group members’ names in order to extend use of a study room beyond the maximum time.
  • Reservations may be forfeited if the group is more than 15 minutes late for their reservation or if they leave the room empty for more than 15 minutes. Unattended items will be taken to lost and found.
  • During Reading and Finals weeks, study room policies will be strictly enforced.
  • For technology assistance please contact Law Technology Services

Oklahoma City University School of Law

Library Hours

Library Student, Faculty, and Staff Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 8:00pm

Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday and Sunday: 10:00am - 7:00pm

Reference Assistance is available from 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday

Public Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Contact Us

If you have questions about hours or services, please call us at 405-208-5271.


Parking is located North, South, and East of the law school building. Metered parking and parking garages are also available nearby. Parking is enforced by both the OCUPD and the Oklahoma City Police department, so please adhere to all signs and notices.

800 N. Harvey Oklahoma City, OK 73102 405.208.5271