Public patrons who desire to have materials scanned and emailed to them may do so for a fee. Information about making a request and cost can be found on the Document Delivery Request form.
A copier is located outside the reference room and costs .10/pg. There is a five minute limit of using the photocopier when others are waiting. The photocopier accepts coins, $1 bills, and older $5 bills. Payment by check or credit card is also available–please ask for assistance at the circulation desk. A reader-printer for copying microforms is available in the reference room.
The library has a “KIC” (Knowledge Imaging Center) scanner located near the photocopier outside the computer lab. This scanner is free of charge for use by all library patrons. With this high tech scanner users can create keyword searchable PDFs which can be saved to a flash drive or sent as an email attachment. The face-up scanning capability enables users to capture multiple pages quickly – books no longer need to be flipped over to turn the page and then flipped back over for each scan or copy. The scanner can scan book pages without laying the book flat, thus saving the spines of fragile books and it also produces either color or black & white images.
Printing is available to public patrons using any of the seven public computers located on the first floor of the library. Patrons may send print jobs for .10/pg. Once you send a job to the printer, go to the circulation desk to pay for the job. The circulation assistant will tell you how many pages the print job is and release the print job upon payment. If you send a document to the printer by mistake, the circulation can cancel it without any charge to you.
Color printing is available for .50/pg. Please ask for assistance at the circulation desk.
Seven computers located on the first floor of the library are available for use by public patrons. To access, a patron must show ID at the circulation desk and then will be given a username and password to log on. These public computers contain Microsoft Word software and allow access to the Internet. When using the computers, patrons must adhere to the Library Internet Use Policy. Patrons may send print jobs for .10/pg. Once you send a job to the printer, go to the circulation desk to pay for the job. The circulation assistant will tell you how many pages the print job is and release the print job upon payment. If you send a document to the printer by mistake, the circulation can cancel it without any charge to you.
The services, including borrowing privileges, of most college libraries in Utah are made available by agreement of the Utah Academic Library Consortium. This means UALC graduate and undergraduate students and faculty may use the Law Library, and law students and faculty may use the libraries at other UALC colleges. The Eccles Health Sciences Library, the University of Utah Law Library and the Brigham Young University Law Library are all members of UALC. A current identification card from a UALC member college must be presented.
Reference service is available to assist with questions about the collection, to help find specific legal materials, or to set up a research strategy. The reference librarians cannot give legal advice or interpretations of the law; please consult an attorney who is engaged in the practice of law for such help. Much legal research can be done by using computer services. Reference librarians are available to give help and instruction in their use, and in some cases to perform computer searches. Help is also available for areas requiring extra research skill such as microfiche, government documents, legislative histories, administrative law, and international law. To contact the reference desk, call 801-581-6184, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the Chat feature on the library main page.
Judges and Utah State Bar members can check out circulating materials at the library. Bar cards must be presented at the circulation desk for registration. Clerks, paralegals, and other law firm employees can also check out materials. They must present either an authorization letter from the firm or attorney, or else an attorney’s Utah State Bar card. Bar members can borrow materials at the Marriott and Eccles Libraries if they purchase a borrower’s card at the S.J. Quinney Law Library.
Utah State Bar members may also request books not located on campus through our Interlibrary Loan Service. Attorneys will be responsible for any borrowing fees imposed by lending libraries, along with a $20 service fee per item. If attorneys want items scanned and emailed to them, please fill out the Document Delivery Request Form which will include instructions and indicate cost.
The University provides unsecured basic wireless Internet access to visitors. Users need to sign in each time they connect. To access, choose the UGuest wireless connection and press Connect. Then try and browse to a website. It will redirect you to a login page. Click the login button on the left hand side of the screen, you do not need to enter any information, just press the button.