Law Library

Law Library Status During Closing

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As of March 17, NYU Law Library services are online.  Library spaces are closed until further notice.

All library services which can be supported remotely will now be offered online only. In-person services are suspended until further notice.

** Law School Casebooks **

Many law school casebooks are now online until the end of the semester, thanks to the generosity of their publishers  The Libguide Free Academic Resources During Closure provides instructions on accessing these titles.

Loans Extended Until Sept 1, Fines Waived

All due dates for NYU Law materials or ILL loans are extended until Sept 1. Materials from Bobst are due on May 22, though any late returns will have fines waived. e-Resources

Reference Assistance

NYU Law students and faculty may submit research and reference inquiries by email to LawLibRef@mercury.law.nyu.edu This mailbox will be monitored by Reference Librarians who will respond to inquiries within a reasonable time framework. Faculty, however, should primarily rely on their liaisons.

Electronic Resources  

Interlibrary Loan borrowing of print books is currently unavailable  since the building is closed.  The Law Library and Bobst Library subscribe to many electronic resources, which one can best locate by using  Julius  and Bobcat, or contacting a  librarian for Reference Assistance, see above.