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Remote Reference Services: Resources for Students

Law Library resources to help you with remote research needs.

Law Library Status and Librarian Contact Information

Law Library Status

The Law Library is open only to Campbell Law students, faculty, and staff. Your law librarians are available through email and phone and will be meeting with students on Blackboard Collaborate whether working in the office or remotely. Their contact information is listed below.

For updated information on opening and closing, see our webpage at

Reference Librarians

Caitlin Swift

(919) 865-5871 |

Adrienne DeWitt

(919) 865-5873 |

Circulation Librarian

Kim Hocking

(919) 865-5874 |


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Research Help and Questions

The Law Library is here to help!

We can provide assistance through email, phone, by submitting a reference question online, or scheduling an appointment for a video conference using Blackboard Collaborate on the Law Library's Blackboard Page.

Have a  Research Question? Contact your Reference Librarians by email or phone. Your reference team is monitoring their emails throughout this online period during normal operating hours. Caitlin Swift is available from 7:30 am - 4:00 pm Monday - Friday. Adrienne DeWitt is available from 10:00 am - 6:30 pm Monday through Friday. Questions submitted over the weekend will be answered the following business day. 

Want to set up a virtual meeting for help with a research paper or assignment? Contact a reference librarian via email or phone, and we will set up a virtual reference meeting using Blackboard Collaborate from our Law Library's Blackboard Page.

Questions about renewing a book, interlibrary loans, or general circulation questions? Kim Hocking is available from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Questions received over the weekend will be answered on the next business day.

How to Use BlackBoard Collaborate

Online Study Aids

CALI - CALI stands for Computer Assisted Online Instruction. Through CALI, you have access to over 1,000 interactive, computer-based lessons written by faculty members on a variety of law school subjects. If you don't have a CALI account, contact the Law Library's Circulation Desk during business hours.

Campbell Law Databases and Online Resources

Campbell Law Databases A-Z

Databases available off-campus through the proxy server. Campbell Law username and password required.

Campbell University Databases A-Z

Databases available to Campbell Law students, faculty, and staff from the Wiggins Library in Buies Creek. You will need to use the proxy server to access these resources. Campbell Law username and password required.

Campbell University Catalog

Provides links to e-books and electronic resources from both the Law Library and the Wiggins Library.

Contact-Free Pickup

In order to limit person-to-person interactions, we are encouraging contact-free pickup of library materials. To make a request:

  1. When you find an item in the online catalog that you would like to request
    • click Sign in
    • Click on Campbell Users
    • Log in with your Blackboard credentials
  2. Click on the book title and click Request
  3. Select a pick-up date (please allow at least 24 hours) and click SEND REQUEST

After you receive an email that your materials are ready, you may pick them up from the cart located at the circulation desk.

You can also place a hold by calling (919-865-5874) or emailing Kim Hocking.

Return materials to the library by placing them on the return cart located at the circulation desk, where they will be quarantined for 3 days before being checked in. Late fines are not being charged at this time, and you may disregard overdue notices if you've already returned your items.

Law Library's Proxy Server

Questions on how to use the proxy service so you can access our databases off-campus? Check out our How to Access the Proxy Server Online Guide.