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UH LAW CENTER AND JOHN M. O’QUINN LAW LIBRARY

OLAW SCHOOLS ARE BUILT AROUND THEIR LIBRARIES. The O’Quinn Law Library gives UH Law Center students and faculty one of the region’s leading legal research facilities.

With a combination of print and electronic resources, the library supports the research needs of UH Law Center students and faculty, with exceptional depth in the IP, health law, tax, international law, and energy and environment specialties of the Law Center. The Judge Brown Admiralty Collection, Frankel Rare Books Library, and U.S. Government Depository documents round out the UH Law Center's print collection.

The law library provides many specialized online databases, supplying information not available in the popular legal research services or in print. The integrated library system provides access to all the library's print and online resources, as well as the research collections of the UH Libraries. Above all, our highly trained, service oriented lawyer librarians ensure that students and faculty receive the full value of our exceptional legal research library.