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Guide to the Law Library at UH Manoa : Security

A guide to the University of Hawaii Law Library.

Call 956-6911

 

In the event of an emergency call 956-6911.

Please report any emergency or suspicious behavior to the Circulation Desk immediately.

If you need an escort to your car, please call Campus Security’s escort service at 956-8211.

Key Cards (UH Law Students ONLY)

Exiting the Library

Patrons are required to leave the Library promptly at closing and during emergency situations, drills or when asked to leave by Library or security staff after violation of Library policies.

Due to COVID-19, 24 hour key card access has been temporarily discontinued. This summer 2020 session 2, only 3L students taking the bar exam is allowed to enter the library with their key card
1) during library operating hours, Monday-Friday 9am-6pm.
2) after they have reserved a seat for the day.
 

Students with Key Card Access

EVERYONE, including students with key cards, in the Law Library MUST exit at closing.  There will be announcements at 30, 15 and 5 minutes before closing.  Students must bring their key cards upon exit, then re-enter the Law Library after closing. 

Key card access is a privilege extended to law students. One key card is assigned to one student, and no one else, to access the Law Library after hours.  Students are not allowed to bring family members and friends to the Law Library after hours.  In addition, key card holders cannot hold the door open for other students who forgot their key card to enter the library after hours.  Failure to abide by the rules will result in the loss of this privilege.

Theft

Library users are advised not to leave any personal belongings unattended for any length of time anywhere in the Library, including the carrels.  Thefts of books, personal items, and computer equipment have occurred in the past. Users are responsible for their personal property. Library materials, equipment or property must not be taken from the library building without proper checkout or authorization. Library personnel reserve the right to request a patron to display the contents of his/her bag before he/she exits the library.

Windows

No library windows are to be opened without the express permission of library staff.