24/6+ Hours Begin April 13th!In order to maximize your opportunities for quiet study, Gould Law Library will be open as a study hall almost around the clock beginning Monday, April 13th, through the end of final exams (Friday, May 15th). These special hours are for Law Center Students ONLY.
There are only a few exceptions to this round the clock availability through the end of finals, which are:
EVERY Friday from 6:00 p.m. to Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m.:
This closure is in observance of the Jewish Sabbath. Saturday access is subject to special conditions: You may use the 1st floor only; you must have your Touro ID and use the special access door to enter; and you cannot bring any food.
Please note that library services will not be available during the overnight periods and on Saturdays, although a security guard will be on duty. Students using the library during this time must sign in and out at security.
The entire library (except for the Circulation Desk, the Reference Office, and enclosed study rooms) will soon be a quiet zone during the 24/6+ period in to maximize available study space. Once the silent study period goes into effect, in order to keep the quiet zone as quiet as possible, please take care to remember:
* No cell phone use is allowed in the library at any time.
* Conversation should be taken outside the library to the atrium.
* If you encounter any noise issues, please see a member of the library staff, or during overnight periods, a member of the security staff.
If you are not a TLC student and would like to visit our Library, please visit our Access Policy page to learn when you may visit the Gould Law Library. Admitted Guests are subject to our Regular Hours and policies.
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In the meantime, keep calm and read on.