Circulating Accessories and EquipmentHoursInterlibrary LoanLaw Exam ArchiveLibGuidesOnline ResourcesOverDrive Audiobook Collection: Anti-Racism & Racial JusticeStudent PrintingStudent Research SupportStudy Room ReservationsStudy Carrel ReservationsTouchdown Space Reservations
The law library provides much more than access to books and online resources. We also offer a selection of circulating accessories and equipment for your convenience, including the items listed below. As of the fall 2020 semester, we will be using a UV sanitizing machine to sanitize all circulating items between uses.
This audiobook collection consists of both non-fiction and fiction titles selected primarily by the faculty and librarians. This collection supports our continued efforts to be an anti-racist law school and to raise awareness in our community about racial justice issues. The collection is available to all law employees and students. To log in to the OverDrive platform, use your St. John's University email address and your X number (with a capital X).
Student printing is supported by the Law School’s Information Technology department. Information regarding student printing can be accessed from their departmental page.
For the Fall 2020 semester, study rooms on floors 1, 1M, and 2 may only be reserved by students who are in the law school building and need to attend a scheduled online class. Students must make a reservation using the library booking system before occupying a room. Law School Departments and Centers may reserve rooms for special events by contacting the library Circulation Desk.
Study carrels on floors 1M and 2M are available for reservation by all law students for quiet study. Students must make a reservation using the library booking system before occupying a study carrel. We have created a brief video explaining the reservation system for your convenience. We also have a map of the carrel numbers on 1M and 2M.
Law School Touchdown Spaces are individual seats throughout the law school building available for reservation by all law students for quiet study and/or attending remote classes. Students must make a reservation using the booking system before occupying a seat in an otherwise vacant room on any floor in the building. Select spaces have been designated as Talking Touchdown Spaces so that students can comfortably participate in class without disturbing others.