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Barry University School of Law Library: Visitors

The official website of the Barry University School of Law Library

Visitor Services


Barry Law Library is open to the following classes of visitors:

  • Members of the legal community, including attorneys, paralegals, legal support staff, and bar studiers
  • Faculty and students from other schools with a need to access legal materials
  • Others by special arrangement with the Librarian

Use of the library is intended for access to those resources unavailable at other regional public libraries to which a visitor has access.

During the week prior to and during final examinations, only currently enrolled students, faculty, staff, and alumni may access the Law Library. Written permission for access during this time for other researchers must be arranged in advance.


Visitors may not use the Law Library during the final exam and reading period. 

Visit the Hours page for closures and updates. 


All patrons are required to abide by the following library conduct policies:

  • All visitors must show an ID.
  • Visitors must sign into the log book at the Circulation Desk and sign out upon exiting the building.
  • Destroying or damaging materials is unlawful and may result in criminal penalties.
  • Animals – only guide dogs and service animals are permitted.
  • Use of library staff equipment is not permitted.
  • Loitering, soliciting and advertising is not permitted.
  • Use of Law Library computers are restricted to currently enrolled Barry Law students, staff, administrators, and alumni with a current Barry alumni login.

If asked by an employee and/or security guard, visitors must state a valid reason for utilizing Law Library resources.


Please contact the Circulation Desk if you have any questions: Phone: (321) 206-5700; Email:

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