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New ID Policy
New ID Policies in Effect
Effective August 16, 2019, All Library guests must present valid ID at the University Library Circulation Desk in order to use the facility. Law Library guests must also check in at the Law Library Public Services Desk, located on the third floor by the main staircase. Additional electronic check-in systems are being implemented. Please comply with all check-in procedures as instructed by signage or library staff.
Law librarians are available to assist patrons with locating and using law library resources. A law librarian is generally available Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., during the academic year.
Reference assistance is more limited during the summer and when the Law School is not in session. For more information, please call (757) 352-4145, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Law Library is divided into two sides.
The Quiet Side is designed to provide opportunity for quiet individual study. Conversations should be in hushed tones only, phone calls are not permitted, and devices must be muted.
The Conversational Side is designed to facilitate group interaction and low level conversation. Noisy or loud conversation is not permitted, and devices must be muted.
Wireless access is available throughout the law library.
Sound must be mutedon all devices. Remove phone calls to the balcony or first floor.
Students may print materials from the Computer Lab or from their own devices for $0.05/page. Directions on printing from your own device are provided by the University IT Department. Please select the printer Lab_Lib327_LJ600. This is the printer located in the back corner of the computer lab, not the Lexis printer. For FAQs and to buy additional printing credit, please visit the IT Department's website.