Barry University School of Law Alumni still have many privileges at the Euliano Law Library!
Even after you graduate, the Law Library is the place where you can conduct legal research and find answers to your questions as you study for the Bar Exam and embark upon your legal careers.
Visit our Law Library website to get started.
Barry University School of Law Library
6441 East Colonial Drive
Orlando, Florida 32807
Main Phone: 321-206-5700
|Monday - Thursday||8 a.m. - 10 p.m.|
Friday - Saturday
|8 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|Sunday||10 a.m. - 10 p.m.|
Law Library hours change during finals, in between semesters, and on holidays.
Visit the Hours page for changes to the schedule.
Always bring your Barry ID or Florida Bar card
Barry alumni are welcome in the Law Library during all open hours, but you must still show your Barry ID card or Florida Bar card as you enter. You will also need to show your ID when you check out materials.
Barry alumni may check out books for 30 days. Not every book in the Law Library may be checked out, but Reference Librarians and Circulation staff can direct you to ones that can.
Circulation Desk Phone: 321-206-5700
Continuing Legal Education
The Law Library provides many Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education audio or video courses that Bar members may check out for seven days at a time.
Access to Barry Law Library Research Databases
Alumni may access many subscription research databases through Barry's Law Library website (link will open in a new tab.)
Select “Databases” at the top to come to an alphabetical listing of the Law Library’s subscription research databases.
To access most of them away from Barry's campus, you must first log into http://ezproxy.barry.edu with your Barry username and password; and be on the lookout for e-mails telling you to update your password!
Alumni may use the computers in the computer lab by logging in with their Barry accounts.
Alumni may access the campus-wide wifi network using their Barry account. You may also log in as a guest if desired, using laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Please ask Reference or Circulation about guest access.