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Arthur P. Oliver Law Library

The Eli M. Oboler Library is the new home of the Arthur P. Oliver Law Library. Judge Oliver was a long-time Sixth District Judge who retired in 1990. The Bannock County law library , which was named to honor him, formerly resided in the Bannock County Courthouse Annex on 6th Avenue in Pocatello. The new collection will continue to serve the needs of the Sixth District judges and is intended to support the university's paralegal and business programs.

The Arthur P. Oliver Law Library at Idaho State University's Oboler Library is open to anyone who wishes to use the legal resources housed there. The Law Library has many primary and secondary resources, as well as a selection of practitioner materials. As a general rule, the Law Library materials do not circulate, but there are photocopiers on the first and third floors of the building.

The Arthur P. Oliver Law Library is located on the third floor of the Eli M. Oboler Library on the Idaho State University campus. The address is 850 South 9th Avenue, Pocatello, Idaho.

How can we help you?

If you need legal information, we encourage you to make use of the Law Library.

For ethical and practical reasons:

There are many reasons for this policy, including:



There are three spaces reserved 24 hours a day for County Law Library parking. The spaces are located in the lot by the ISU Credit Union. A permit will be required. The county issues parking permits to lawyers, judges and law clerks in the Sixth District. Parking is also available in the following locations: