Limited Access at the UW Law Library: Nov. 14 to Dec. 22

With final exams quickly approaching, the UW Law Library will have its limited access policy in place beginning Monday, Nov. 14.  To accommodate the increased demand for study space, only UW Law School students, faculty and staff have priority access to the Law Library until the semester ends. Patrons needing legal resources or government documents may be admitted by first checking with the monitor or library staff.

Law students, be prepared to show your Wiscard with the green Gargoyle sticker to the monitor stationed at the library entrance. Having your ID with you at all times greatly facilitates the monitoring process.  If you still need to obtain a Gargoyle sticker, just ask staff at the circulation desk.

Plan ahead and reserve study rooms online from the Law Library's website. Also keep in mind the library's collection of study guides and the Law School exam archive.  And extended library hours begin on Friday, December 2.

We strive to maintain our reputation as one of the 'quietest libraries' on campus, so let's keep noise levels to a minimum. Providing a comfortable study space is important to us, so if you notice any distractions or inappropriate behavior in the library, please notify staff at the circulation or reference desks.

Submitted by Cheryl O'Connor on November 9, 2016

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