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Selection of government information in the I.U. Law Library is based on the needs of its primary users, the I.U. Law School Community. However, the Law Library welcomes anyone who wants to use the Documents Collection during regular library hours without restriction of use.
Our address is:
211 South Indiana Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405-7001
The primary federal documents collection is housed on the fourth floor of the Library and is arranged by the Superintendent of Documents (SuDocs) classification system.
Selected government publications are shelved in the Reference Section on the first floor.
Heavily used recent periodical titles are shelved with the unbound periodicals in the Overnight Reserve Section on the First Floor.
The Library has a small collection of ephemeral U.S. Government publications maintained in a pamphlet file, arranged by the Superintendent of Documents (SuDocs) classification system. These materials are not cataloged in IUCAT (the online catalog). Please see the Documents Librarian for assistance with materials in the pamphlet file.
The Library houses many government documents collections in microfiche format, including the Serial Set, Congressional bills, CRS Major Studies and Issue Briefs, CIS Committee hearings and prints, and other CIS series, among others. Use the Microforms Finding List to locate microfiche collections.
Government publication titles may be accessed through IUCAT and are indexed in a variety of specialized publications found in the Reference section of the Library. Please ask a librarian for assistance if you are uncertain about which resource to use.
In addition to traditional publications housed within the building, the Law Library provides Internet access to GPO Access and other government-related Internet sites offering the full text of legislative and agency materials.
Jennifer Bryan Morgan, Documents Librarian
Law Library 101E
Phone (812) 855-4611
Fax (812) 855-7099