To help provide high-quality and equitable library services, the staff
of the Drake Law Library has established a number of policies, listed below, which are reviewed and adjusted on an as-needed basis. If you have any questions about these policies, please do not hesitate to contact the director of the library, John Edwards
Please help us maintain a pleasant environment for working and learning by following these basic rules:
Note: Violation of these rules or other library policies may result in loss of library privileges or additional sanctions.Administrative
- Food and Drink
Drinks in covered containers or cans and pre-packaged snacks may be consumed away from library computers. No other food is allowed. Avoid products whose unwrapping, smell, or consumption may be disruptive.
The library is primarily a place for quiet study and research. Users are expected to be mindful of those around them and help maintain a quiet atmosphere. Users should turn off cell phone ringers upon entering the library and hold conversations quietly and away from people who are working.
- Re-shelving Books
Users are asked to re-shelve books after using them.
- No Smoking
Smoking or other tobacco use is not permitted anywhere in the library.
Confidentiality CirculationCheckout Privileges
| Loan Periods
| Overdue, Lost and Damaged Materials
| Returns Collection Development
| Electronic Resources
| Gov Docs
| Law School Archives
| Reserve Criteria
| Faculty Reserve Requests
Conduct in the Library
Code of Student Conduct
| Unattended ChildrenFacilities
| Conference Rooms
| Study RoomsInterlibrary Loan/Document Delivery
| Document Delivery
| Prisoner ServicesTechnologyAV Resources
| Computer Usage
| Gov Docs
| Visitor Computer Use
Reference PolicySpecial Collections
National Bar Association Archives | Neal Smith Archives | Rare Book Room
For additional Drake University policies, please see Campus Policies