Mabee Legal Information Center - College of Law

Mabee Legal Information Center

The Mabee Legal Information Center serves as the law library of The University of Tulsa College of Law. The MLIC offers the latest library technologies in a comfortable, spacious and attractive research environment for students, faculty and attorneys. Patrons may access numerous computers conveniently located throughout the facility.

The MLIC has a solid core legal collection as well as specialized collections in energy and environmental law and policy and Native American Law. The Center houses both law school journal offices, the Board of Advocates, the Utsey Family Native American Law Center, Comparative and International Law room, an Alternative Dispute Resolution Center, an Alumni Conference room and many group study rooms.


Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 9 a.m.-11 p.m.

Circulation Desk

The Circulation Desk in the MLIC is located on the second floor, just inside the library. Individuals requesting group tours, special classes or privileges should email


Attorneys and alumni of the College of Law may purchase a membership. Please contact the MLIC if you have any questions about the various types of memberships.

Ask A Librarian

During regular business hours, students faculty and staff may reach a reference librarian at 918-631-2404 or by email at

Email and phone reference can answer short, primarily factual questions. Email is not amenable to long, involved research situations. The librarian on duty may refer a patron to either a specific librarian, or ask the patron to come to the reference desk in person. We are unable to answer questions that apply the law to facts, recommend specific actions, or recommend specific forms.

The Mabee Legal Information Center respects users’ privacy, but we cannot guarantee the privacy of files, email or other information stored or transmitted electronically. Please do not submit sensitive factual information to the library.