This study is identifies the information channels used by the Central Law College, Salem faculty members, including preferred information sources, methods of information access, and library use pattern. A questionnaire was distributed to 64 law faculty members and a return rate of 87.5 percent. Books were ranked as most important for teaching and research, followed by law reports and statutes. Respondents preferred to consult their personal collections before resorting to other sources. On the whole, respondents perceived the Central Law College library collections, services, and facilities as adequate for their information needs.