The D'Angelo Law Library is closed to the public until further notice, but will re-open to Law School students, faculty, and staff on a limited basis starting September 28. We are doing everything we can to provide spaces and services in the safest ways possible in accordance with the Law School's desire to use the building spaces primarily to support curricular work. In addition to the Law School and University reopening guidelines, we will have reduced occupancy limits, usage by appointment only via a new seat reservation system, a virtual Reference Desk, a contactless book pick up service, and more.
We will continue to offer expert online reference help to University of Chicago faculty, students, and staff, and we are also working on other service innovations to support the University of Chicago community and to help ensure that we can remain open and safe.
A limited number of library staff will be working onsite from 8am - 4pm, Monday - Friday. However, for the most part, the D'Angelo Law Library will be a self-service facility for Autumn Quarter.
While our in-person staffing is reduced and many of us are working remotely, please know that we are still here for you! You will have access to all of our usual services that you need to succeed in your research and learning.