Though the Library's physical spaces are closed to students, faculty and the public, our librarians are still happy to help with your research! Please don't hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com.
If you've left personal belongings in the library, please contact Dean Davies in Student Affairs.
We regret that our printing/copying/scanning equipment is unavailable during the closure. We've been told that the FedEx Office Print & Ship Center at 2156 Barracks Road is open and offering both self-service and full-service printing.
Beginning June 8th, UVA libraries will resume access to physical materials* for current faculty, staff, and students via curbside pick-up.
*With the exception of current periodicals, newspapers, equipment, and materials from Health Sciences, Special Collections, and the Camp Library at Darden.
Interlibrary lending of print materials of physical items (i.e. whole books) has been suspended until further notice. Requests for scans of articles and book chapters are sometimes successful. Submit requests for such items in the usual way.
Chapters, articles, or pages from library print materials that are not available online can be scanned for you.
If you think the materials you need may be available through our online collections, please try searching VIRGO (for ebooks) or Journal Finder (for journal, newspapers and magazines) before submitting your scan request. Many publishers have temporarily opened access to their e-book, e-journal, and video collections. HathiTrust has opened e-book access to many books that are in our collection for the duration of the crisis, though you can only view these materials on-screen.
If you need research help or any other assistance from the Law Library, we are here for you! Just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2nd floor Reference Desk is closed, but our library staff is still here to help you. You can find us at our virtual reference desk by emailing email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
Need to take your mind off things? The library offers access to streaming video and ebooks:
You can return library books to the Law Library book drop (located outside our doors) if you have Law building access. There is also a drive-up book return in the Central Grounds parking garage on Emmet Street. If you are graduating this semester and not planning to return to Charlottesville, you can mail books to us. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Student due dates are currently set to May 17, 2021. All DVD checkouts will be due on Sept. 1, 2020.
Researchers who would like to review materials in Law Special Collections should email requests to email@example.com. Special Collections staff are not regularly onsite but will work with you to provide digital access to materials if possible.