Since the earthquakes that hit Zagreb in the spring of 2020, and due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Library has been operating in challenging circumstances.

Apart from borrowing and copying materials, the Library provides all other services online whenever possible.

For all types of inquiries, the Library can be contacted only by e-mail:


Borrowing materials and copying services are available at the address:

Gundulićeva 10, room nr. 8

Working hours: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

In accordance with the valid epidemiological measures, before coming to the Library the users are obliged to arrange an appointment by a message to

To extend the due date for borrowed items, please use the e-mail:


Reading room

The Reading Room of the Faculty of Law, situated in the Hall II on the ground floor on Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, is open for work and is equipped with twenty computers that enable access to national and foreign databases, and it offers a collection of study literature and selected periodicals. Apart from using computers to search legal sources, the students will also be able to print out various certificates.

The Reading room is open to all students, teachers and other interested users every working day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Library online services

The users can independently search the library holdings in the Library online catalogue at to check whether the Library has the requested title.

Searching the catalogue enables the user to get bibliographic information about library holdings. Send an e-mail to if you:

  • want to check if the requested title is available for borrowing or use
  • want to order the supply of a title from remote storage
  • need the full text of an article published in the publication available in the library holdings, but not available in the electronic form or free access
  • want to order copies or scans of materials from the library holdings

Other legal sources and full-text databases can be accessed from the library website under the e-source section (use your AAI identity to log in). Contact the Library by e-mail at if you:

  • have difficulties in trying to access a certain database
  • are unsure which e-source or database contains the materials you need
  • need help in creating a search strategy
  • need help in finding the full texts of papers and other publications

Presentation of the Faculty of Law Library and its services