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Widener Law Commonwealth Library

A-Z Database List

Browse our list of databases to find ones relevant to your research topic.

Classic Catalog

Search our physical holdings for books, journals, DVDs, CDs, and Microfilm. 

EBooks & EJournals

Looking for a book or journal? Use our full-text finder to browse by title, subject or discipline. Watch the tutorial for help.


Start your library research by exploring our database of articles, books, and more. Watch the tutorial for help.

Research Guides

Our research guides offer subject-specific information that highlights databases, books/ebooks, web resources, and reference titles.

Study Aids

Study aids, practice exams, audios and videos, provided by Aspen Learning Library, LexisNexis Digital Library, and West Academic.


Need a resource our library does not have? Borrow it using Interlibrary Loan (Illiad) or by on-site borrowing through various partnering libraries.

Wolfgram Library

Students may also visit and access resources from Wolfgram Memorial Library, Widener University's main campus library.

Need Assistance?

*The following services are intended for students, faculty / adjuncts, and staff.

Search our FAQs, Ask a Question, or Chat with Librarians


Meetings/Appointments/Reference Assistance are available for a maximum of 60 minutes per appointment. Click the info icon next to the name of a librarian to schedule an appointment. We suggest making an appointment in advance to guarantee that someone is either on site to help you or available to meet via Zoom or Teams.  

Library Hours

As a reminder, the Library generally does not provide research services to alumni, and members of the bench and bar.  Additionally, the Library does not provide research services to the public.


Monday 8am - 11pm
Tuesday 8am - 11pm
Wednesday 8am - 11pm
Thursday 8am - 11pm
Friday 8am - 11pm
Saturday 8am - 8pm
Sunday 8am - 8pm

Study Rooms

*Study / Conference Rooms are restricted to students, faculty / adjuncts, staff, and alumni studying for the bar.

The library study rooms are now available on a first-come, first-served basis. We will no longer use a reservation system. Please be courteous and refrain from leaving your personal belongings in the study rooms to “hold” the space while you are in class. This helps us to effectively manage the available space and ensures that it remains accessible to all students throughout the day. If personal belongings are left in a room that is not in use for an extended period of time, Campus Safety will remove the belongings and you may retrieve them at the Campus Safety desk. Rooms 7 and 8 will still be used for ASF hours. When not in use, these rooms are also available on a first-come, first-served basis. To use the library classroom, please contact Paula Heider to reserve.

Policies concerning appropriate behavior, food and beverage policies, and general use of library spaces align with the patron code of conduct policy. Everyone will be expected to adhere to reasonable noise levels. 

The Library staff reserves the right to change or modify these policies at any time without prior notice. 

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