Reimbursements for Article Submissions!

Did you know that UCI Law will reimburse submission fees to  ExpressO and Scholastica. ExpressO and Scholastica allow you to easily submit articles to hundreds of law reviews and law journals across the country for publication consideration.

    • Current law students are limited to $200 total (unless students receive additional approval from their faculty advisor and Mari Kroll in the law library).
    • Alumni are eligible for six months after graduation (or one year after completing a joint JD/PhD program) unless they have reached their $200 maximum.
    • Reimbursements are available only after faculty advisor approval.
    • You must first use ExpressO to submit your article. The law school only reimburses students and alumni for Scholastica if it is the only online method the journal uses to accept submissions.

For further information and instructions, see the Articles Submission Policy page.

Off-Campus Access to Wolters Kluwer Study Aids

You can now access Wolters Kluwer study aids remotely using your UCInetID. Study aids includes Examples & Explanations, Glannon Guides, Emanuel, and more.

To access Wolter Kluwer study aids without using a VPN, select the ‘Single Sign-on’  located at the bottom of the login screen (below the user name/password prompt).

Then select ‘University of California, Irvine’ and sign in using your UCInetID.

You can then sign into your ‘Personalized’ account to view your saved study aids, notes, and annotations.

For any issues, please contact

Wolters Kluwer Study Aids Now Available Online!

Wolters Kluwer, publishers of Examples and Explanations, Glannon Guides, and Emanuel study guides are now available online. You can view pdf and ePub versions online (must access through VPN). You can also download study aids to view offline through the app.

In order to download offline study guides, take notes, and highlight, you must create a “personalized” login through the University of California, Irvine School of Law. Just follow these steps:

Visit when connected to UCI Law’s VPN. For instructions on VPN access, see here:

You should see the following page. Click on the drop down menu next the “UC Irvine School of Law” in the top right corner of the website (circled in red).*Disclaimer: You will need to access through the UCI Law VPN and sign in with your personalized account in order to download study guides and the app onto different devices. Any annotations made offline will not be reflected online.

Click the “Personalize” tab and create an account using your lawnet email address.

Once you have created a personalized account associated with the UC Irvine School of Law, you can download the app to view/annotate study guides offline.

As always, if you have any questions or problems gaining access, feel free to stop by the law library. We are always happy to help!

Closure – Labor Day

Hours are different for the Labor Day holiday.

On Sunday, September 1st, we close early so our hours are 11am-5pm.

On Monday, September 2nd, we are closed.

Hours – Reading & Examination, Summer

Our hours are different in late April and early May because of Reading & Exam period. After that, hours will change again for the summer. Check our up-to-date calendar: Law Library Hours.

Our visitor policy is also different during the Reading & Exam period so that our space is conducive to study. During that time only UCI Law students and UCI faculty and staff can use the Law Library.

Related links: UCI Law Academic Calendar | Law Library Hours

Celebration of Books – 3/12

The entire UCI Law Community is welcome to the Law Library’s Tenth Annual Celebration of Books on Tuesday, March 12, 2019.  Join us in the California Room downstairs, as we highlight and acknowledge the publications authored, co-authored, edited, or co-edited by UCI Law Faculty in the last year.

  • 10:30 a.m.: Coffee and pastries will be offered.
  • 11:00 a.m.: The event, including remarks by the authors, begins.

This year, we are honored to celebrate Dean Song Richardson and Professors Richard Hasen, Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Alexandra Natapoff, Ann Southworth, Jane Stoever, and Christopher Whytock.

This year, the event also will acknowledge UCI Law’s 10-year anniversary of the celebration.