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As a researcher affiliated with another university, may I use the Harvard Law Library’s collection?

Last Updated: Nov 14, 2010  |  83 Views

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Harvard affiliated students, faculty, and staff with a current Harvard University ID qualify for admittance to the Law Library and borrowing privileges.  Harvard Law School alumni/ae qualify for free access to the Law Library, but not borrowing privileges.  Faculty, students, staff, librarians, and researchers from other accredited academic institutions may apply for admittance to the Law Library for short-term legal research.  Members of the bar, and individuals doing legal research who are not currently affiliated with an academic institution, may also apply for admittance to the Library for a fee.  For more information about accessing the library or planning a visit, please go to the library’s website: http://www.law.harvard.edu/library/services/admission/index.html.

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