Law School faculty have special borrowing privileges at the Law Library. To request a book or item from the collection, faculty members may phone the Circulation Desk at 860-570-5012, email facserv, request the item via the library catalog's request feature or come to the Circulation Desk on the third (main) floor of the library.
Research Assistants may check out material on behalf of the faculty member they work with for one semester. Research Assistant Registration forms to enable research assistants to check out materials for their professors are available from the Circulation Desk.
Faculty members may also check books out from the Homer Babbidge Library by simply presenting a faculty ID card. Located on the Storrs Campus of the University of Connecticut, the Homer Babbidge Library serves as the University's general academic library, and its fine collection may contain non-law items not available at the Law Library. Information about borrowing privileges at other area libraries may be obtained from Darcy Kirk, Associate Dean for Library & Technology (860-570-5109).