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Using the Catalog
To find an item on the shelf, note the call number or shelf range under Holdings.
Clicking a specific title provides additional information, including a Description with complete information about the item such as publication, holding, or item notes.
The current edition of a legal book is likely to be the most useful, and by selecting a title and choosing 'Editions & Formats' you can see all the editions held by the library.
Also select 'Editions & Formats' to see if a title is available in an alternate format, such as a print version of a title on microfilm..
To limit your search to books only, preface your search terms with mt=bks.
To search by title (ti:), author (au:), keyword (kw:), year (yr:), series (se:), subject (su:), or call number (nu:) enter the appropriate abbreviation before your search term, or use the advanced search option.
For example, to search for books with the word torts in the title enter: mt=bks ti:torts.
To filter the results of a general search choose the relevant filter options in the column on the left of the results page. Choose 'Book' under Format to see only books, sort by 'Relevance Only' to reorder results by search terms, or set 'Libraries Worldwide' as the location to expand your search.
Find out more about searching the catalog at: library.louisville.edu/law/resources/catalog