William J. Jameson Law Library
Established in 1911, the Jameson Law Library’s facilities, collection and services are available to students, faculty and staff of the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana, members of the Montana Bar and the general public who require access to legal materials. We support excellence in legal research, teaching, scholarship and practice in Montana.
The Law Library staff is committed to providing the highest level of library services we can to all patrons, so please don’t hesitate to contact us. Our Remote Services Guide provides more details and contact information.
The Scholarly Forum @ Montana Law is an open source repository of the scholarship produced by the faculty and students of the Alexander Blewett III School of Law. The Scholarly Forum contains faculty publications and the archives of the Montana Law Review and the Public Land and Resources Law Review.
What's new at the Jameson Law Library? Browse new books and media.
Is there a title you would like to see in our collection? Contact us and let us know.
Every year, we put together a list of suggestions from faculty, staff and students of books, law and non-law, to dig into over the summer. Take a look at this year's summer reading list.
Our new self-checkout system makes checking out books faster and easier than ever! Just enter your Griz Card ID number, scan your items and you're finished.
You can also use the meeScan app to check out items using our phone. To get started, install the meeScan app from your app store and login with your NetID and check out items where you find them.
The Jameson Law Library is a member of the Federal Depository Libraries Program. As a partner library, we offer free, public access to Federal collections and information specialists to assist the American public to locate Federal information.