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Library Access Policy

Students, Faculty, Administration, and Staff

The students, faculty, administration, and staff of the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center are the primary users of the Law Center Library and have full access to all of our offered services and our collection. A currently validated Law Center ID card is the library card for primary users.
 

Visitors to the Gould Law Library

We welcome the following visitors:
 

Members of the Bench and Bar

 
 


SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY TO ALL VISITORS.  Please click the link above to learn the policy for that particular group of visitors. 
 
Also, please check our Hours page before you visit to see our current Visitors' Hours.
 
All visitors to the Gould Law Library must first sign in at the Reception - Security area at the entrance to the Law Center. The building pass issued at that time is not a library pass.  Please stop by the Circulation Desk when you arrive to let us know that you are visiting.
 
Thank you for your cooperation! We look forward to meeting you.
 

Please Review Our Visitors' Policies:

Touro Law Center Alumni
 
Touro Law Center alumni may obtain certain library privileges through membership in the Alumni Association, which is handled through the Office of Development at 631.761.7066. Alumni Association members may use the following library services: Access to our print collection; Computer Lab (without printing capabilities); Public Access Westlaw; Library Databases (on campus only); and WiFi capability. A valid Alumni Association membership card must be presented in order to access these services.

Members of the Bench and Bar

Members of the bench and bar are offered the opportunity to gain access to more of our resources and services by joining the Friends of the Library program, handled through the Office of Development at 631.761.7066. Friends of the Library may use the following library services:  Access to our print collection; Computer Lab (without printing capabilities); Public Access Westlaw; Library Databases (on campus only); and WiFi capability. A valid Friends of the Library membership card must be presented in order to access these services.
 
Members of the bar who chose not to become Friends of the Library may access, for free, our print collection and WiFi capability on campus. A valid Attorney Identification Card must be presented in order to access these services.
 
 
Staff of the Touro Law Center's Public Advocacy Center and its affiliates may use the following library services:  Access to our print collection; Computer Lab (without printing capabilities); Public Access Westlaw; Library Databases (on campus only); and WiFi capability.
 
 
While classes are in session during the Fall and Spring semesters, law students from other ABA-accredited law schools may request passes to use the library by presenting letters of introduction and currently validated IDs from their own schools to a librarian in the Public Services Department. 
 
During final exam periods and reading periods before final exams, law students from outside Touro Law Center may not utilize our library.  Please see our Hours page for dates of our final exam and reading periods.
 
Once a pass is obtained, visiting law students may use our main library seating areas for study and may access, for free, our print collection and WiFi capability on campus. 
 
Please contact us at 631-761-7160 for information about studying in our library over the summer in preparation for the July Bar Examination.
 
While classes are in session during the Fall and Spring semesters, Touro College students may use our main library seating areas for study and may access, for free, our print collection and WiFi capability on campus. Please bring a currently validated Touro College or Touro University ID card with you, as this card must be presented in order to access our library.
 
We apologize for any inconvenience, but during final exam periods and reading periods before final exams, Touro students who are not law students may not utilize our library.  Please see our Hours page for dates of our final exam and reading periods.
 
 
The Gould Law Library is a partial depository for United States Government documents. Members of the general public who wish to view specific federal government documents should contact the Reference Office to arrange a visit at 631.761.7160. We apologize for any inconvenience, but the non-depository collection is not open to the general public, and our library services are not available to the general public. Please contact your local Public Access law library for assistance.