DCLI Faculty Resources: Requesting New Publications
The Center encourages the input of Law School faculty to promote the acquisition of the most current and relevant legal research collection materials. If you are a faculty person and aware of books or other materials which you believe the Center should own, please contact your liaison librarian to order it or complete a Faculty/Staff Request form (PDF) and give it to the Assistant Director for Technical Services (Mrs. Horvath). You will be notified as soon as the item is acquired.
What Circulates at DCLI?
In general everything in the Center circulates except for the following locations/material types. The status column in SOLCAT for non-circulating materials says LIB USE ONLY. Please ask at the Service Center Desk if you have questions.
Non-Circulating Locations/Types of Materials
|Core Collection Titles||Rare Books|
|Form Book Sets||Shepards|
|Loose-Leaf Services||Uniform Laws (official versions)|
Reminder : Please Do Not Leave Your Materials Unattended in the Library
DO NOT LEAVE YOUR MATERIALS UNATTENDED. IF YOU OBSERVE SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOR, PLEASE REPORT IT TO THE LIBRARIAN ON DUTY.
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LOC Guide to Law Online
The Guide to Law Online was created by The Library of Congress Public Services Division, providing a free, annotated listing of legal and government resources. The emphasis on links to full-text laws, regulations, and court decisions will prove especially useful to legal students and researchers. Furthermore, users can feel confident about finding reliable links due to the LOC expert credibility selection process. More information on this site can be found at the Guide to Law Online about page.