I am a Visiting Researcher. What are my library privileges?

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Visiting Researchers, who have applied to and been accepted by the law school's Office of Transnational Programs, or Associate Dean for Research and Academic Programs, to conduct a defined, independent project, are given access to the Law Library building, the collections housed within it and a reserved carrel. They will also be able to access most of our databases. However, privileges do not include research services, consortium loan services and interlibrary loan. Law Library books may be checked out to the reserved carrel. This information may be found on the Transnational Programs webpage. Visiting Researchers should first contact the Head of Access Services, 202-662-9131, before accessing the library and collections.

(Visiting Scholars, law faculty from elsewhere who have been formally invited by the Law Center, would have library privileges similar to that of a full-time faculty at the Law Center. Please reach out to Law Library Research Services, lawlibraryresearch@georgetown.edu, for more details).

  • Last Updated Feb 04, 2022
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  • Answered By Erie Taniuchi

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