Jessica Panella, Head of Access and Administrative Services,UConn Law
We are pleased to announce the launch of Library2Go physical pickup for law students, faculty and staff. This joins our on-demand scanning service as we support the Law School’s legal scholarship, education and research. Due to Covid-19 the stacks at the UConn Law Library continue to be closed.
Which materials are eligible?
All print materials that are not currently checked out and circulate are eligible for requests.
How do I request a book?
Requests for available items may be submitted through the library’s catalog.
We are pleased to announce the launch of Library2Go—an on-demand scanning service that is part of a series of service updates to the Law Library’s COVID-19 response. We welcome currently enrolled law students, faculty, and staff to submit requests. Our goal is to support the research and teaching of the law school community.
Maryanne Daly-Doran, Digital Services Reference Librarian,UConn Law
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, UConn School of Law presents We March On - Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Suffrage, which highlights the struggle of diverse activists who fought to secure voting rights for all American women. This exhibit features a historical narrative, recognizes the efforts of the suffrage movement in Connecticut, and showcases contributions to women's equality by women at UConn School of Law.
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