The library is located on the first floor of the Heflin-Torbert Judicial Building.
Alabama Supreme Court and State Law Library
300 Dexter Avenue Montgomery, AL 36104
Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
NOTE: Appellate Court Briefs may be filed in the State Law Library from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. except State holidays. (Calendar)
Since the law library is a research facility, much of the collection does not circulate outside the Judicial Building.
Judicial Building personnel are permitted to borrow library materials, which do not ordinarily circulate to other library users, to be used only in the building.
All books must be checked out before they are removed from the library.
Each patron to whom circulation privileges are granted is responsible for the return, in good condition, of all materials borrowed.
All library materials are subject to immediate recall.
Users desiring to borrow library material for the first time are required to visit the library to complete a Patron Record Form.
To complete the form, patrons must show identification—either a valid driver’s license or non-driver identification or a student ID.
Patrons must provide a current telephone number and a street address—Post Office Box numbers will not be accepted.
Patrons are responsible for notifying the library of any changes in name, address, or phone number.
Materials that are not available at this library may be requested from other libraries.
Please see the section on Services for policies on Interlibrary Loan.
Materials may be renewed unless they have been placed on hold for another person.
To request a renewal, please call the Reference Desk at 334.229.0563 or 1.800.236.4069.
Anyone checking out Law Library material is personally responsible for those items.
Patrons will be billed for costs incurred by the library for replacement of lost or damaged library materials
Law Library privileges may be suspended until materials are returned or outstanding debts are paid.
Selected books on Alabama law and self help books on general legal topics are located in the Reserve section.
Books in the Reserve section are for in-library use only.
Patrons may leave books at the Reference Desk for library staff to reshelve.
If you wish to leave materials in a carrel or on a table overnight, please fill out an orange "Please Do Not Disturb These Books" slip so that your books will not be reshelved by the Library staff.
Confidential material should not be left unattended in the Law Library.