Upon entrance, patrons will be subject to getting their temperature taken by staff.
Proper face coverings will be required to enter the law library until further notice. Patrons will also be expected to abide by social distancing practices during their time at the law library.
To limit capacity, patrons will not be allowed to remain in the library for extended periods of time.
In consideration of others, quiet is expected throughout the Law Library. Patrons may engage in quiet conversation as long as other patrons are not disturbed; speaking loudly is prohibited.
While in the Law Library, patrons are expected to be engaged in activities associated with the use of the library, for example reading, studying, or using library materials.
The Law Library shall not be used in lieu of an office for the practice of law, or any other professional business activity.
Appropriate attire, including shirts and shoes, must be worn in the law library.
Animals, other than service animals assisting persons with disabilities, are not permitted in the Law Library.
Children shall be under the control and supervision of a responsible adult at all times.
Beverages and food are prohibited at all times.
Cell phones should be silenced, and personal devices, such as laptops and tablets, should be muted. Talking on cell phones is strictly prohibited within the library.
Patrons using the Law Library’s wireless internet connection are held to the same Code of Conduct as patrons using Public Access Computers. Please review our Public Services page for more information.
Law Library staff is authorized to determine what constitutes unauthorized behavior or violation of the Code of Conduct.