University of Wisconsin–Madison

Restricted Access at the Law Library

With final exams just a month away, restricted access at the Law Library begins on Friday, Nov. 7th.  Access to the library is limited to law students and those patrons doing legal research or using the government documents collection.  Law students, please be prepared to show your ID with the green Gargoyle sticker to the monitor at the library entrance.  Having your ID with you at all times greatly facilitates the monitoring process.  If you need a Gargoyle sticker, just ask the staff at the circulation desk. And a big shout-out to the students that help with monitoring in order to maintain our reputation as the quietest library on campus, especially during finals.

Plan ahead and reserve reserve study rooms online directly from the Law Library home page. Also keep in mind the library's compilation of Study Guides and the Law School Exam Archive. Please do not hesitate to contact the Reference Librarians with any questions you might encounter in preparing for finals.

Extended hours begin after Thanksgiving on Sunday, Nov. 30.

Submitted by Cheryl O'Connor on November 6, 2014

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