Sarita Kenedy East Law Library


Regular Hours:

Mon–Thu: 7:30am-10:00pm
Friday: 7:30am-6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am-6:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-9:00pm

See hours for holiday hours and extended hours during exams and bar study.

Contact Us:

Ph: (210) 436-3435
Fax: (210) 436-3240



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Use Discover to search almost everything available to you through both libraries on campus.

Expanded eBook Collection - Accessible Anywhere and Everywhere!!

Our collection of eBooks keeps growing in our effort to offer you the most helpful resources with the easiest access! Click here for an updated list of titles.

New Book List

A list of all new resources received by the law library in the summer of 2023 can be viewed here.


New eBook Collection Added

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New Electronic Resources Available

The Law Library has just added the HeinOnline U.S State Package to our electronic offerings! This database streamlines and simplifies legal research at the state level. Seven databases have been brought together to provide nearly 31 million pages of content related to all 50 states, as well as Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Learn more here. For more guidance on searching and utilizing HeinOnline, see the Blume Library's HeinOnline Guide.


Resources Regarding Legal Ethics

The Dean's Research Fellows have compiled a guide for both national and Texas-specific ethics resources available online. More information is available under the Research & Reference tab or on the Ethics Resources Page.


Bar Study Collection Now Available in the Law Library

If you are currently studying for the bar exam, be sure to make use of our collection of materials designed to help you succeed. Materials are available for both the traditional Texas Bar Exam and for the Uniform Bar Examination. Search the library catalog by keyword above for “Bar Prep Materials” for a complete list of resources in this collection.


Welcome to the New Semester!

To all new students (1Ls):What you need to know when starting law school at St. Mary's:


Electronic Resources Designed to Help You Succeed in Law School

The Law Library provides you with access to the West Academic digital collection of study aids - including audio and video - to help you succeed in all your coursework. Access is available for Nutshells, Hornbooks, Concepts & Insights, Exam Pro, and many other study aids and treatises to help you ace your finals! To take advantage, visit West Academic Study Aids to set up your account today, and don't forget to download the app so you can study anywhere!

Bringing greater accessibility to LexisNexis treatises, study aids, deskbooks, and more, the St. Mary’s University Digital Library provides access to more than a thousand volumes of legal eBooks you can access anytime, anywhere!  Just visit and enter your school email address. Browse the available materials, and don't forget to access both the Questions and Answers series and Understanding series to help you study! 

The Law Collection from Oxford Scholarship Online offers you access to over 1500 books covering a wide variety of topics related to law - from copyright to environmental law to access to justice and everything in between. Just go to Oxford Scholarship Online and start browsing now!

The Law Library has on-campus access to Fastcase, a legal research database whose libraries include primary law from all 50 states, as well as federal coverage going back to 1 U.S. 1, 1 F.2d 1, 1 F.Supp. 1, and 1 B.R. 1. The collection includes cases, statutes, regulations, court rules, and constitutions.

Any questions or comments? Please contact Professor Stacy Fowler. 


Exam Resources

April 29, 2019

The law library has resources to help you through the stress of finals:

  1. The law library maintains an Exam Bank at, where you can find old exams given at St. Mary's. You can use the buttons on each column to sort by date, professor, or course.
  2. The law library has additional exams for Professors Johnson, Liu, and Ariens available in binders at the front desk.  These are the multiple choice question binders.


HeinOnline Guides

Need help trying to navigate HeinOnline? Check out their two new reference guides, specifically designed to make you a Hein expert in no time!

Quick Reference
Comprehensive Guide


Texas Law Videos Available

If you are looking for some light productive legal study for your semester break, try podcasting or watching videos of the State Bar of Texas CLEs. CLEs, or Continuing Legal Education classes, are short training sessions for practicing lawyers who want a quick overview of a new practice area. The Texas Bar's CLEs are free-of-charge for current students and employees of accredited law schools in Texas. Instructions for video and audio CLEs are here. Important:  Do not enter your credit card info.  These are free-of-charge for current students.  You add the CLE to your cart, then apply a discount for current law student in Texas.