Librarian Research Support: Research requests can be directed to the librarians through FacultyWeb or by emailing Connie Fleischer or Sheri Lewis Library staff can help with a wide variety of substantive research tasks, including:
The D'Angelo Law Library offers services to support empirical and data-intensive research. Services available include:
Please send a request to FacultyWeb to request assistance, discuss specific projects, or learn more about these services.
Student Research Assistants: For longer term projects, Law faculty may engage research assistants through Von Taverdi, Faculty Support Coordinator. The Law Library offers consultations, advice, and assistance to research assistants working for Law faculty. Please refer your RAs to Todd Ito as they begin their projects so that we can assist them to be as productive as possible.
Library RA Program: For short projects (10-20 hours), Law faculty who have research budgets may engage the services of a Library Research Assistant. Contact Sheri Lewis if you are interested.
Proxy Borrowing: Faculty with annual borrowing privileges may designate another person as a proxy borrower. This person is able to borrow and recall books on behalf of the faculty member, with the same loan periods and privileges that the faculty member would have in person. All material charged on the proxy borrower's card is the responsibility of the faculty member. To request a proxy borrower account, complete this application form. If you have further questions concerning Proxy Borrower Privileges, please contact the ID & Privileges Office.
RA Carrels: The Library has a limited number of assigned carrels on the fourth, fifth, and sixth floors for use by research assistants and other students. Most Library materials may be charged to in the D'Angelo Law Library carrels If your RA would like to use a carrel, please have the RA complete the online application form.