The Law Library provides collections and services in support of the instruction, research, and service missions of the University of Georgia Law School community. Users have the right to expect a safe, pleasant and productive environment for research and study. Users are expected to abide by the rules established by the Law Library and the University of Georgia Code of Conduct.
Examples of unacceptable behavior include but are not limited to:
- Creating a disturbance or behaving in a manner which interferes with normal use of the Law Library.
- Failing to follow instructions and requests from Law Library staff.
- Mutilating, defacing or misusing Law Library materials, equipment, or property.
- Removing or attempting to remove Law Library materials or property without checking them out or without proper authorization.
- Concealing or otherwise restricting access to materials in the Law Library.
- Bringing an unauthorized weapon or hazardous item into the Law Library.
- Being in an unauthorized area of the building or remaining in the building when requested to leave.
Individuals or groups who do not follow these guidelines may be accountable to both civil authorities (city, state, or federal) and to the University of Georgia.