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January 2022: Law Library Services Update

by Maryanne Daly-Doran on 2022-01-04T14:58:00-05:00 | Comments

Hello 2022 and Welcome Back!

As we transition temporarily to online learning, here is an update to the UConn Law Library Hours and services for the month of January 2022.

The Thomas J. Meskill Law Library’s newly posted library dates and hours are as follows:

January 3-9:

The library building will be closed to all patrons from January 3 through January 9. Reference services will continue remotely through email and virtual chat Monday through Friday 9am-5pm.

January 10-30:

The library will be open only for course reserves, scanning, printing, and Library2Go pickups. Reference services will continue remotely through email and virtual chat during normal reference hours.  Study rooms, study spaces, and the stacks will be closed to all patrons.  The library hours will be as follows with keycard access only: 

Monday-Thursday: 9am-7pm 

Friday: 9am-5pm

Saturday: 9am-5pm

Sunday: 11am-7pm 

Library2Go -  a scan-on-demand service that gives you remote access to the library’s physical collection. This service enables you to request digital scan and physical books remotely.  Detailed instructions are available here.  ‘

Please note that Course Reserves are not part of the Library2Go services – reserve and course reserves will continue to be accessed in person at the Access Service Desk.

Reference Assistance

Anne, Adam, Maryanne, and Tanya will be available to virtually answer your questions in January during normal reference hours.  You can contact any of the reference librarians by: scheduling an online research consultation, emailing, or sending us a Chat.  Also, don’t forget about our research guides and library catalog for accessing databases, and articles and books online.

Still have questions? Send us an email at and we will do our best to help you!

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