Answered By: Dep. Access Services Last Updated: Jan 08, 2016 Views: 287
Long term access to Harvard Law School Library is limited to faculty, staff, and students with a current Harvard University ID, and to individuals affiliated with a Harvard University department. Short term access is available for non-Harvard faculty, staff, and students with a specific need to use materials in the collection. Members of the public and practicing lawyers may use the library for a $20 per day fee, or a reduced fee for a week or longer. Harvard University alumni/ae and employees of non-profits pay $10 per day. Some electronic resources, such as Lexis-Nexis and Westlaw, are limited to the Harvard Law School community.
Please contact the Circulation
Desk at 617-495-3455 for additional information, or email
For access to Historical and Special Collections contact their Access Desk, at 617-495-4550, or email email@example.com. Materials in Historical & Special Collections are open to all researchers regardless of academic affiliation. Researchers without a Harvard University ID must check-in at the Law School Library Circulation Desk in order to proceed to Historical & Special Collections.