May I drink coffee and eat snacks in the library?
Light snacks (granola bars, potato chips, candy) but not meals (sandwiches, salads, pizza, hot foods) and non-alcoholic beverages in spill-proof containers may be brought into the library.
Where are the New York materials?
All New York materials are located on the second floor of the library. Most materials relating to New York Law can be found between the call numbers KFN 1845 .A19- KFN 6199.
How do I reserve a study room?
Study rooms may be reserved in person at the Circulation Desk, for a maximum of two (2) hours per person per day. Complete library study room policies may be found here.
Can someone help me find materials in the library?
Reference librarians are available to assist you with finding materials and will direct you to the sources that you may need. Click here for reference hours.
Do you offer wireless services for my laptop?
Law students, faculty, administration, staff, and Alumni Association members have wireless access across the campus.
Do you have a “Lost and Found?”
Lost items including laptops and books may be collected by security guards and will be kept at the security desk, located in the atrium of the law school. The library cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to personal items left unattended.
What are the hours of the Gould Law Library?
Hours of operation may be found here.
Who may access the Library?
The full access policy of the Gould Law Library is located here.
Where are the restrooms and/or water fountains located?
The restrooms are located on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors near the Northeast corner of the building. Water fountains are located next to restrooms. There is no restroom on the concourse level.
Does the Library have a fax machine that I may use?
No. The Library does not maintain a fax machine for patron use.
Does the Library have a photocopier that I may use?
Photocopiers are provided on each floor of the library. Machines will accept CopyMate cards, bills, or change. CopyMate cards are available from a vending machine located next to the photocopier on the first (main) floor of the library. Each copy costs .10 cents.
How do I access CALI?
CALI (Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) provides interactive online exercises and answers, distance learning, and podcasting on legal topics. During orientation, students are given DVD-ROMs and password activation codes for using CALI. CALI may also be accessed online at http://cali.org/. If you are a student or a member of the faculty/administration and need an access code, please contact the Reference Desk at 631.761.7160 or e-mail email@example.com