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Student Worker Circulation Guide

This guide is meant to provide basic direction and relevant information for student workers in the Law Library working the circulation desk.

CONDUCT POLICY

The full Law Library Conduct Policy is available at: https://lawlibrary.arizona.edu/about/library-policies.

The College of Law premises are not a place of unrestricted public access.  The use of the College of Law is restricted to faculty, staff, and students of the College of Law and to others who have a specific legal research need.  (Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual. Section 7-201. Resolution adopted by the College of Law Faculty, 8/29/94).

Users of the Law Library expect to have:

  • Access to a wide array of library materials in their entirety and in unmarked condition.
  • An atmosphere conducive to study and research.

To ensure a pleasant and productive environment for student and research for all users, the Law Library Conduct Policy expects users to abide by all applicable laws, Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) policies, and University of Arizona polices.  Misuse of the library as outline in the Conduct Policy posted to the Law Library website at https://lawlibrary.arizona.edu/about/library-policies is a violation of the ABOR Code of Conduct, Section 5-303 and the ABOR Student Code of Conduct, Section 5-308.  The Law Library will actively pursue disciplinary action, prosecution, or other legal action for offenses.

Topics addressed in the Conduct Policy:

  • Access of Public Computers
  • Animals and Pets
  • Damage to Library Materials
  • Disorderly Conduct and Disruptive Behavior
  • Food and Drink
  • Hygiene
  • Misuse of Electrical Outlets
  • Off-Hours Access and Trespassing
  • Personal Belongins
  • Preventing Access to Library Materials
  • Restrooms
  • Sleeping and Loitering
  • Smoking
  • Threatening Behavior
  • Weapons