UPDATE on what's happening in the Law Library in response to COVID-19

April 15, 2020

Hello Everyone!

We hope you are all doing well.  Here is an update on what is happening in the Law Library during the COVID-19 situation.

Currently, the Law Library is closed. All Law Library staff are working from home. However, law faculty, law staff, and law students (graduate JD, LLM, SJD, MLS) with 24/7 CatCard access may enter the building.

We’re here to provide the services and resources that you might need right now to the extent that we can. Please note:

  • All Interlibrary Loan (ILL) services are suspended.
  • Faculty research & general reference will continue to be available by emailing law-refdesk@list.arizona.edu OR by contacting Maureen Garmon, Faculty Services Librarian at mgarmon@arizona.edu.
  • All Study Rooms in the Law Library have been left unlocked for student use.
  • Students may request reference and research help by emailing our student reference email at asklawlib@list.arizona.edu 
  • Course Reserves and regular Reserves materials are open for use. We ask that you use and return these items as you would normally (2 hours at a time) so everyone continues to have access to necessary materials.
  • Circulating treatises may be "checked out" by filling out the clipboard next to the Law Library Book Drop.
  • Student Resources for online learning can be found at https://student.it.arizona.edu/ 

If you have questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to touch base with us.  You can find our email information on the Law Library staff directory at: https://lawlibrary.arizona.edu/people.  

For more information about Law Library services, including access to databases, please visit our Law Library website at http://lawlibrary.arizona.edu/.

Wishing you all well!

Your Law Library Staff

Additional Information

Additional details and guidance from University of Arizona Law on the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

More Information