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Circulation

Page history last edited by Linda Holmes 7 years, 6 months ago

As in most law school libraries, major research and reference materials do not circulate. The majority of books which do circulate are located in the main and international collections on the lower level and may be borrowed by students for the semester upon presentation of a valid Brooklyn Law School identification card.

Faculty members have extended borrowing privileges.  Alumni and other patrons do not have borrowing privileges.

The following materials do not circulate to students:

               Loose-leaf services

               Periodicals, bound or unbound

               Federal, regional and state primary sources (court reports, statutes, codes, administrative material, etc.)

               Finding tools (indexes, digests, dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc.)

               Form books

               Reserve and reference material

 

 

Certain heavily used items, including current course materials and unbound periodicals, are kept on reserve behind the circulation desk. These materials may be borrowed for two hours, but must be used in the library.

 

Circulating materials not requested by another borrower may be renewed for an additional semester at the circulation desk. Renewals may be made by telephone or online in SARA by accessing your patron record.

Anyone with borrowing privileges may also request that materials currently out on loan be recalled if needed by another user.  Such materials will be held as soon as they are returned and the requesting patron will be notified of their availability.

Audio and video cassettes not on course reserve may be borrowed for 48 hours.                           Overdue and Replacement Fines      

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