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Wheat Law Library is an integral part of the University of Kansas School of Law, serving the law school and university community in legal and interdisciplinary scholarly pursuits and providing access to legal information for legal professionals and the general public.

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new additionSports Law Research & Study Guide Provides access to materials related to legal issues pertaining to professional and amateur sports.

new additionLegal Ebooks EBL is a web-based ebook lending platform delivering a rapidly expanding catalogue of legal ebooks. Available to KU Law students, staff, and faculty only. KU Law faculty, staff, and students will need to create individual accounts

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