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.
Jessica de Perio Wittman, Director of the Law Library, Associate Professor of Law,
Hello, and welcome back to UConn Law!
The Law Library staff have been working to provide access to our resources and services while protecting the health of our community. Even though the Law Library building is closed for the Fall semester, our library will continue to emphasize digital services and support. Although this means that we cannot offer in-person services, the library staff remains committed to connecting you to the information and resources you need.
Bloomberg Law, LexisNexis and Westlaw all have summer access provisions and usage policies for continuing and graduating students. Read below for more information!
Returning Students You may use your Westlaw account through the summer for noncommercial research, such as law school activities, research assistant assignments, work for a nonprofit, or in an unpaid internship.
Congratulations! You made through another long and tough semester. Now that you’re starting to recover, you may look around your home and see that pesky pile of library books that you don’t know what to do with. Well, wonder no longer! The library has placed an outdoor book drop by the library main doors. Any books that you currently have checked out from the law library may be returned here.
Please do not return any books you checked out from another library, unless you obtained it through our interlibrary loan (ILL) process. If you checked a book out from your local public library, you will need to check that library’s website for information on how to return the book.
As we reach the last few days of classes, minds begin to turn to studying and preparing for exams. You may be wondering how to prepare and study for your exams without access to the library, nutshells, Examples & Explanations, and other study resources you usually have at the tip of your fingers. But fear not! The library offers many resources that you can access from the comfort of your home. Below are some of the most popular resources, as well as some fun things to do during a study break.
You asked and we listened! The Library staff is excited to announce the launch of LibCal: a new study room reservation system that gives students more control! With a new system comes a revised policy, and there are a lot of changes. While I recommend everyone take a couple minutes to read the policy, here are the top 10 things students need to know about reserving a study room:
Welcome to the Law Library Blog. Our staff brings you news and tidbits related to legal research, legal education, and observations on the law and the legal community at least once a week. We also post timely notices like changes to our library hours, additions to our collections and events in the library and at the law school. We welcome your input in blog topics - send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.