Legal Research Center
The LRC will be CLOSED Sunday March 28th and Sunday April 4th for spring break.
The Legal Research Center is OPEN with limited hours during the Spring 2021 semester for silent, socially distanced study space, starting on Tuesday, January 19th. We will be open Sunday through Thursday from 10am to 6pm. While we do not require seat reservations in advance, we do ask that you make a reservation and check in immediately upon arriving in the LRC.
The 2nd and 3rd floor galleries in the law school are also available for study space. See the above FAQ for more information.
Course Reserves and Study Aids
We will be making course reserve materials and items available for use in the LRC only. Items will be sanitized between uses. Any items loaned outside the building will be quarantined for at least 48 hours.
We have subscribed to both Aspen/Wolters-Kluwer eBooks and West Academic Study Aids databases in order to provide online access to many of our study guide resources. For information on them, as well as other available course reserves, see our Course Reserves library guide.
The LRC is working with faculty to provide access to as many course reserve materials as possible electronically. Faculty may request access to electronic course reserve materials for their classes and LRC staff will work with them to provide that material if possible. Requests for digitization will only be processed if they are from faculty. If you have any questions about course reserves, please email Margaret DeFelice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the FAQ for more information about book requests and circulation policies. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Lexis printer services will soon be made available again, as well as the multi-function printers. We are also doubling the print credit available to you to $20 this semester as a pandemic-related courtesy.
The Legal Research Center is a library located on the 3rd floor in the law school. The collection reflects the curricular and research needs of the faculty and students with a particular emphasis on the areas of concentration: business and entrepreneurship, criminal law, health law, and intellectual property. In addition to the numerous print resources, users have access to the thousands of electronic databases, books and journals that the LRC as well as the Drexel University Libraries subscribe to. This provides the researcher with access to legal and interdisciplinary materials.
Along with books and reserve materials, the LRC circulation desk has a number of useful items for checkout, such as phone and laptop chargers, HDMI and Ethernet cables, GoPro Camera, HD webcams, and more. For more information, see Services for Students.
New Library Guides
The Legal Research Center has put together several new library guides for students and faculty. Have a look!
Finding Your Zone: Mental Health Resources: This guide aims to help you find your own brand of relaxation and mindfulness. It also includes links to trusted authorities that provide information about mental health and mental health initiatives. Compiled for students, faculty, and staff.
LRC Career & Practice Collection: This guide is a general overview of our new and growing collection of materials on law and legal professions. We'd like these to serve as supplemental aids for law students to explore as they begin thinking about life after law school. We'd like to thank Donna Gerson and the Career Strategies Office for their substantial donation and assistance making these materials more visible and accessible to our law students and patrons.