The Boley Law Library is available during all open hours to students, faculty and staff of Lewis & Clark Law School and College, and to the legal community.
During public hours the law library shall make available materials and reference services to any person of the general public who can demonstrate a need for legal and/or federal depository materials. The public hours are 11:00am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday. More information about general public resources is found on the Resources for Self-Represented Litigants' page.
The law library reserves the right to restrict public access. At such times the law library will generally be for the exclusive use of Lewis & Clark Law School and Lewis & Clark College faculty, staff and students, and by members of the legal community.
All law library hours will be prominently posted and strictly enforced. No person except authorized law library staff will be allowed in the library before or after posted hours. Please plan your research or study needs accordingly.
The Law Library will hold the borrower responsible for:
The person borrowing materials is not authorized to loan or deliver borrowed materials to a third person. The person to whom material is loaned may be authorized to borrow materials for a supervising attorney or law firm associate.
All library materials should be returned via the book drop at the Library Desk during the hours that the library is open. There is a book drop outside the main library doors for returns made when the library is closed.
The legal research stations are available for use by the legal community, students and other visitors. These workstations are for the purpose of conducting legal research. A password is required to use the workstations. L&C students and members of the legal community can get a password at the Library Desk and will need to provide identification (student ID card, Bar card, business card) before receiving the password.
Members of the general public and other visitors may use the workstations to conduct legal research during posted “General Public Hours.” Before beginning research, members of the general public must consult with a Librarian in order to be logged in to the workstation.
Access to the Law Library by members of the general public may be revoked and the person asked to leave if:
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