Library Reopening

The UConn Law Library welcomes back our patrons with a priority to promote safety, health, and well-being. In compliance with guidance from public health officials and the University of Connecticut, we continue to strive to provide library services to our communities while carefully monitoring our changing environment and adapting our service models as needed.


Health & Safety

The global COVID-19 pandemic requires that we take extraordinary steps to keep ourselves, our campus, and our community safe. The Law Library has enacted the following health and safety measures:

  • All users agree to the UConn Promise.  The Law Library reserves the right to report any noncompliance to Law School Administration.
  • Masks are required in the library, as per the University's campus guidance. If you have questions about mask compliance, please contact the Dean’s office.
  • Patrons are encouraged to disinfect the spaces they use. Cleaning supplies are available near the staircase on each floor. 
  • Print materials can be borrowed via our Library2Go service or in person.
Individual and Group Study Space

The Law Library has study carrels and tables for use that are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Law students and faculty who are interested in using a group study room may reserve one of our study rooms for up to 2 hours per day. Reservations may be made up to two weeks in advance. To learn more information and reserve a study room, click here.

Food & Beverages

Food is not permitted in the library building.  Beverages are allowed.  Masks may be removed while drinking.

Accessing Library Resources

Patrons can browse the stacks, or request access to print materials through our Library2Go contactless pickup and digital scanning service.


We expect everyone to adhere to these rules to promote health and safety for our community.  The Law Library reserves the right to notify Law School Administration for noncompliance.