Finals are right around the corner, and we know many of you will be looking for a quiet place to study. The Law Library is just the place to do that, and we are here for you!
Here’s what you need to know.
Law Library Access
24-hour access is limited to law students only. Use your Cat Card to swipe in at the north (courtyard) entrance. Please do not let anyone else into the library when you enter and exit. Be mindful of anyone who comes in behind you while entering and exiting. Do not bring any friends, family, or other non-law students who otherwise do not have permission to enter the building.
- We ask everyone to follow the guidelines and directives below when coming to use the Law Library.
- Complete the Wildcat WellCheck each day you plan to be on campus. This is required.
- Be sure to comply with the University’s mandatory testing protocol.
- Wear a face cover while on campus, including all buildings and the Law Library, courtyard, and bathrooms, even while you are studying in the Law Library, unless you are in a study room.
- Practice social distancing.
- Wash hands frequently and use hand sanitizer.
- No food in the Law Library at this time.
- Covered beverage only – straw preferred.
- Clean your study area space before and after use with disinfectant provided in the Law Library.
- Please stay home if you are sick.
Study Room/Seat Reservations.
Study rooms, tables, and carrels may be reserved in advance or upon arrival using the Law Library’s online reservation system. Reservations are not required to use any of the spaces of seats but those with reservations will take priority over those without reservations.
To make a reservation, visit the Student Intranet Site. Under "Commonly Used Resources", select "Law Library Reservations" and follow the directions. You may also scan the QR code on any table/carrel.
Only 1 person per study room. You may have one other person in the study room if you live with the other person.
You may also use the classrooms to study. Classrooms may not be reserved.
Sample exams are available for review and are located on the Student Intranet Site. Near the top left of the page, select “Documents.” Next, select the “Library” file folder and then click on Sample Exams.
Law Library Services.
Circulation staff is available to help with questions Monday – Friday, 8am-5pm. Scanning requests may be sent to AskCirculation and reference requests to AskLawRef anytime.
For more details about the information above, please visit the Law Library website at: http://lawlibrary.arizona.edu/covid-19-updates-stage-3
Your Law Library Team