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Distance Education: Home

This guide will direct you to, and help you use, the resources you need to be successful in UIC Law's distance education courses.

Distance Education at UIC Law

This guide is here to help you navigate the resources and services offered by the Louis L. Biro Law Library. Even if you're completing your course work a world away from Chicago, you have access to the resources you need to excel. Note that you also have access to a variety of resources through the UIC University Library.

Frequently Asked Questions

I have a research question. Who should I talk to?

  • Our reference librarians are happy to help you with any research questions, big or small, wherever you are in the research process. You can reach a reference librarian by calling 312-427-2737 ext. 729 or using the chat feature on the library home page. You can request a one-on-one research appointment by contacting law-library@uic.edu or by clicking "Schedule an Online Research Appointment" on the library homepage.

Who should I contact about my technology problems?

  • These questions go to the Help Desk. You can request assistance from the Help Desk by email at law-helpdesk@uic.edu. You can reach the Help Desk by phone at 312-427-2737 ext. 550, and if you're in Chicago, you can find the Help Desk office across from the elevators on the 7th floor of the State Street building.