Check Out Our Catalog's New Look


As I’m sure you all have noticed, the law library catalog has recently gotten a facelift.  On display is the new, sleeker Primo.  Now with less tabs!

All the content you’ve come to expect from our catalog is still there, just repacked to make sure you get the most out of our library’s resources, including from your mobile devices!

Click on the links above the search bar to: obtain results by subject (Browse), be directed to all of our research guides arranged by subject (Research Guides), or search an A-Z list of the databases in our catalog (A-Z List).  New Search will bring you back to the catalog homepage.  Don’t forget to click on the Ask a librarian link below the search bar to contact us!

UConn Law Library webpage with empty search field.

By default, the search bar will search across all the content we have available to us at the library.  Start typing in the bar and it will give you the option to search for specific types of resources and a list of suggested search terms.  You can also specify what type of resource you are looking for by clicking on the downward facing triangle to the left of the magnifying glass.

"Dog" being typed into a search field.

Results present in much the same way, with facets available on the left hand side to narrow results, but now you don’t need to click as many times to get what you need.  Click on the Full text available link to pop out to the electronic resource directly; click on the title itself to find all the information you need about the resource.  Information about availability and location in the library are right there on the screen.

Results of a search for "dog"

Don’t forget to sign in to get the most out of your catalog experience and come see us at the reference desk or reach out to us electronically if you need any help navigating our new Primo


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Adam Mackie
Reference Librarian,UConn Law

Adam provides reference and research assistance to library patrons, presents formal and informal research instruction in law school courses, and develops research materials in a variety of formats.  Prior to the library, Adam worked as a legislative attorney at the Hawaii state capitol and served as a law clerk for the third circuit court located in Hilo.  He received his J.D. and M.L.I.Sc. from the University of Hawaii and earned an LL.M. in International Business and Economic Law from Kyushu University in Japan.