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Faculty Services

Access & Circulation | Classroom Support | Current Awareness | Publishing Resources | Research & Training

Access and Circulation:
  • Faculty access to New England Law Materials
    In addition to materials maintained in the faculty library on the fourth floor, faculty members may check out New England Law Library materials, including non-circulating and Reserve items. Faculty can also receive a customized notice of new books, and can request checkout and delivery of materials of interest via the monthly email.
  • Interlibrary Loan
    If you need materials from another library, please fill out an online Interlibrary Loan Request for the book or article. Use the form to explain as much detail as required.
  • Access to Other Libraries
    We have a consortial relationship with Nellco schools, Tufts, Boston Regional Library System, and Wentworth. Please see our access policies page, which provides further details. If you wish to visit a library other than one we have an arrangement with, any Reference Librarian would be happy to write you a letter of introduction. For Harvard Law Library, you may gain access by emailing Kristin McCarthy, for a semester or annual pass. Materials may not be checked out of other libraries. Instead, such materials must be requested through New England Law Library's interlibrary loan department.

Suggest a new acquisitions: Email Karen Green, or fill out the Purchase Request Form.

Reference, Research, and Training Support:
We are available to assist you with your research needs, including compiling bibliographies or web pages, locating materials, and submitting inter-library loans.
We offer access to many subscription databases that you might not be familiar with. We are happy to help you with new ways of accessing electronic resources.
We offer training for your student assistants in either research or bluebook skills, as needed.
We spotlight faculty publications in our library exhibit cases. If you submit a reprint copy of published work to the library, it will enhance our ongoing exhibits on faculty work.