College of LawLaw Library

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Study Spaces

Quiet and collaborative study spaces are located in multiple locations in our College of Law. Equipped with comfortable seating options and technology that allows students, faculty, and staff to share their screens and stream into virtual classes and meetings, our campus community is able to work together on group projects and study sessions or utilize our space while borrowing the law library's reference materials. 

Explore our study spaces and more during our virtual tour!

Access to Courthouse Resources

The Jacksonville University College of Law is uniquely positioned in downtown Jacksonville, close to both the state and federal courthouses, where students can take full advantage of accessing a courthouse library before graduating from law school. The College of Law Librarian teaches research workshops to familiarize students with what these law libraries can offer so the students can see legal research in an actual courthouse setting, gaining invaluable experience to build skills, knowledge, and confidence to take with them into practice.

A female student reaching for a book in a courthouse library.

Guest Hours 

Mon – Fri: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Extended hours of access may be offered to students during different periods of the academic calendar as appropriate to the study of law.


For general library questions, please email

We also offer law students the opportunity to schedule a convenient time to meet with the law librarian virtually or in-person.

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Accreditation Information

Accreditation is the hallmark of quality and high standards for legal education and admission to the Bar. The Jacksonville University College of Law is provisionally approved by the American Bar Association (Council of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654, 312-988-6738), and, in accordance with ABA rules, will continue to pursue full accreditation. Law schools that are provisionally accredited are entitled to all the rights of a fully approved law school. Similarly, from an ABA perspective, graduates of provisionally approved law schools are entitled to the same recognition that is accorded graduates of fully approved law schools.

Jacksonville University
General Counsel
2800 University Blvd N, Jacksonville, FL 32211