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Library Orientation Guide

Circulation Services


The Circulation Desk is located on the first floor, at the entrance to the library.  Here you can: make a study room reservation, check out library materials, ask for materials on reserve, and ask for any other assistance in the library.

Standard Circulation hours are:

Sunday 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Monday - Thursday 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Saturday Closed


Go here for a more detailed look at our current hours.

Reference Services


Our staff of professional librarians will assist you with all of your research questions including locating and accessing resources, navigating databases and formulating effective searches. You can contact a reference librarian via phone, text, email, or by coming to the library. Zoom meetings available upon request.

Standard Reference hours:

Sunday       12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Saturday Closed


Go here for a more detailed look at our current hours.

Study Rooms - Reserve Online

Study Room Reservations

  • To make a reservation go to:
  • You can also go to the Library Home Page and click Study Room Reservations to find the link to the Online Booking System.
  • Use your Touro email to reserve a room.
  • Reply to confirmation email within 15 minutes to confirm reservation.  
  • Reserve a room up to 24 hours in advance.
  • One reservation per student per day.
  • Reservations are for a maximum of 2 hours.
  • Reservations will be held for 15 minutes.

Computer Labs and Printers

Computer Labs, Printers, Copiers & Scanners

Two computer labs are located on the 3rd floor of the library. When a computer lab is closed for classroom instruction, a sign will be posted in front of the computer lab at the beginning of the day, indicating when the lab will be closed on that day.

You can print from the computer labs, from your own device, or from the web. 

Wireless access to the law school’s online network is available throughout the library. Study rooms and study tables are equipped with power for laptops. Laptops can be formatted to print to the library printers.

Upload a document to your papercut account to print from the web. Choose the law library printer from the list then go to any printer in the library to print your document. It will already be uploaded to your account.

Remember, you will have to log on to the printer with your ID or with your email and password to release print jobs.

For more detailed instructions see signs next to printers.

Printers are located on every floor of the library. Students receive 1000 free prints. The Lexis printers also provide free prints. If you need additional prints you may buy more.

Photocopiers are available as part of the printer.

BookScan Stations are located on the 1st floor (on the circulation desk) & the 3rd floor (in the printing area outside the computer labs). You can scan and save to a USB drive or email. No fee.

Library Study Tips

Library Study Tips

  • The library has both Quiet Conversation & Silent Study areas.
  • Quiet Conversation areas include: seating around Circulation & Reference Desks, the seating area on the 3rd floor, study rooms, computer labs & library offices.
  • In Quiet Conversation areas, conversations should be kept at a low volume to accommodate students studying on all floors.
  • All other areas in the library are Silent Study.
  • During finals, the entire library becomes a Silent Study area.
  • Study rooms are not sound proof.
  • Sound carries up & down the staircase.
  • Ear plugs are available at Circulation.
  • Cell phone conversations are not allowed in the library.