Law Library Loan Periods
|Law Books||Scholarly single volume books||Law library reading room (POD 484), 7th floor main library (LIB)||3 weeks (law students), 4 weeks (staff), 120 days (faculty)||4||Yes||NA|
|Law Reserve||Treatises, course readings||Law library reading room (POD 484)||2 hours||No||No||Students, faculty, staff|
|Law Reference||Legislation, Law reports, Dictionaries, Annotated Statutes||Law library reading room (POD 484), Law resource room (POD 474)||In library use only||No||No||NA|
Also see the main library loan periods, which include technology loans and AV materials.
Returning Law Reserve Materials
Short term loans are set for heavy demand items that are then placed on Reserve, usually by faculty teaching a specific course.
To request an item held in the law library reserve collection, users need to bring the call number of the item to the law library reading room desk. Only 2 reserve items may be borrowed at one time.
Reserve materials must be returned promptly to the Law Library Reading Room Desk. Fines will be charged and borrowing suspended until overdue reserve materials are returned.
Faculty wishing to place items on reserve for their students should contact John Papadopoulos (Head Law Librarian).
Fines for Law Materials
|Format||Fines||Fines for recalled item||Maximum Fine Per Item|
|Law Books||No Fines; replacement charge will be billed if not returned||$5/day||No fines|
More information is available about main library materials and fine policies, which includes information about courtesy and overdue emails notices, how to check your fines, fine calculations, how to pay at the main library, fines appeal, and lost and damaged materials.