UPDATE FALL 2020: Reservations are required to visit the library during the upcoming semester. Make a reservation in advance online or at the reservation computer on the 1st floor. Please remember to check in and out at the Circulation Desk for your reservation.
Print reserves, including study aids and course reserves, are not available at this time. Students have unlimited access to four online collections through the Study Aids page. Professors will offer any course reserve materials on their Canvas Course page.
The library stacks are CLOSED, but students are still able to check out books from the collection. Please place a hold on the item through the catalog or ask a Librarian for assistance. **Please note that all returned library materials are subject to a 72-hour quarantine.**
The Barry Law Library Circulation Desk is where full-time Law Library staff members and student workers greet patrons, check books in and out, provide Reserve items for specific courses and general study, and process interlibrary loans (which Barry students, faculty, and staff may request through ILLiad).
Barry Law students and alumni must show their student photo ID cards when they enter the Law Library. Visitors, including Bar members, must sign in at the Circulation Desk. First-time visitors will be asked to fill out a New Patron form and show their photo ID, so our Circulation staff members can photocopy it.
The Circulation Desk phone number is (321) 206-5700, and the shared Circulation e-mail address that forwards to all full-time Circulation staff is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Circulation Desk will be staffed during our regular hours:
|Monday - Thursday||8:30 AM - 6:30 PM|
|Friday||8:30 AM - 6:00 PM|
|Saturday - Sunday||CLOSED|
The Law Library hours will change occasionally, extending during final exam periods and shortening during intersessions between semesters and over holidays. Please check our Law Library Hours page for a more detailed schedule.
Check out our Circulation Policy for Barry Law students, faculty, alumni, and Florida Bar members.
Faculty, fill out our Course Reserve Request Form if you have physical materials (books, DVDs, etc.) to place in the Course Reserves behind the Circulation Desk.
If you have online course reserves to post on the intranet (Weblaw), please e-mail them to Reference Librarian Louis Rosen with as detailed descriptions as possible.
We are here to help you, so let us know if you have any questions at all.