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Visitor Information

General Information

Borrowing Books
Visitors may not take books out of the Law Library.
One public access computer is available for visitor use in the hallway on the main floor. One computer is available for researching government documents (Floor 3, Room 330). These computers do not access .com sites with the exception of library subscription databases.These computers may be used for 20 minutes only.
Visitors can access most of the law library's research databases from public-access computers. Due to licensing restrictions, Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law are not available to visitors. Databases are not accessible via CUA Guest.
Short-term use lockers are available on the main floor (floor two) inside the library entrance. Even-numbered lockers have power outlets. Keys may be checked out from the circulation desk.
Photocopiers are available on all 3 floors, across from the restrooms. You need a code in order to make photocopies. Ask for the code at the Circulation Desk.
The public-access computers have attached printers, which may be used for limited printing.
Visitors may scan to an email address using the photocopiers.
Student Group Study Rooms
Visitors may not use Student Group Study Rooms. Materials may not be left on on tables or carrels overnight.
​Student Group Study Rooms
Visitors may not use Student Group Study Rooms.

Circulation & Access Services

Judge Kathryn J. DuFour Law Library / 3600 John McCormack Road N.E., Washington, DC 20064 / 202-319-5155