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Law Library, University of Kentucky

University of Kentucky Law Library, Lexington, D210A
Contact: Patty Alvayay
Law Library (Selective Depository)
Lexington, KY 40506-0048
Documents: (859) 257-2925
Public Service: (859) 257-8686
FAX: (859) 323-4906
Congressional District 6


Details, including policies

Type of Library

Law Library

Library Director

James Donovan

Selection Percentage


OCLC Symbol


KLN Symbol


KULS Symbol


Lending Policy

General Policy:

UK Law School Faculty
In-library circulation only

Photocopying Service

Paper: Cost per copy 10 cents
Fiche: Cost per copy 20 cents
Film: Cost per copy 20 cents

Reference Service

Type of services offered: Walk-in, telephone, mail, e-mail

Electronic Services

Internet, CD-ROMs, LEGALTRAC, InfoKat OPAC

History & Description

Date library became a depository: 1968

Type of designation: Law School (6th CD)

Special Collections: Several complete microfiche collections: Congressional Record, Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, CIS Congressional Publications, CIS Serial Set and Paper Index, United States Reports, Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, and the Statistical Abstract of the United States.

Special areas emphasized: Courts

Special housing arrangements: Law houses administrative agency decisions for W. T. Young Library's Regional Depository.