policies (law library)
Please--do not re-shelve your books! With that request, over 30 years of library precedent is broken. However, the library staff has decided it will be easier for us if you could all please place books on the marked book carts located on each floor. Thanks!
Please do not re-shelve the library books you use
To serve you better, we've initated a new policy that only employees of the law library re-shelve books.
There is a book truck on the main floor and in the IP Library for you to place books on for later re-shelving.
Except for wrapped candies offered by the library staff at special times, food is not permitted in the library, even in the cafe area and study rooms.
Beverages are allowed. Please be sure to empty all liquid from paper or styrofoam containers before discarding them. Please use the recycling bins provided.
Please turn cell phones OFF or silence them when you enter the library. If you must answer or make a call please wait until you are outside the library to say "hello." Conversations carried on in the stairwell echo throughout the library as do conversations in the restrooms.
The University of New Hampshire School of Law provides electronic mail and other services to its faculty, staff, and students. Users are expected to use the computers and email responsibly and to comply with all applicable local, state, and federal laws and with other school policies.
It is not possible to provide a complete list of all possible violations, however, the following list of activities are Conduct Code violations under the school's Academic Rule XIII.
- Six study rooms are located on the first floor of the Law Library.
- Room keys must be check out at the circulation desk and the student's name recorded in the study room book.
- There is a fine of $0.50 per hour for keys kept past the 3-hour time limit.
- Students may only spend three hours per day in a study room.
- No food is allowed in study rooms.
- Study rooms are to remain locked at all times.
Reserving a Study Room