Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Do you need a place to study during Shavuot?

The Gould Law Library will be closing at 2:45 on Tuesday May 14th and will remain open as a study hall until 7 p.m. that evening. The library will remain closed thru May 16th and will re-open on May 17th. If you are looking for a place to study from May 14th – May 16th the library has contacted local area law schools and academic libraries for you.  

In order to go to a law school, you will need to come to the library and sign up. Please bring your ID card to Circulation. You will need to be put on a list for the following law schools: Brooklyn, Hofstra, St. John’s, and CUNY Law. We are required to send the names to these schools in advance, so you will have until April 30th to sign up. If you do not sign up ahead of time, you will be denied access at the law school you choose to visit. In addition, you will need to bring a valid Touro ID card with a sticker on it from the Bursar’s office.

Dowling, Stony Brook, New York Institute of Technology, Adelphi, and St. Joseph’s have all agreed to allow you access as well. For a complete list, please come to the library.

Many public libraries also have quiet study rooms available. If you have any questions, please stop in the Reference Office and ask us. We will be happy to help you in any way. Good Luck on your Finals!

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