40 Worth Street Library Will Open January 9th

The 40 Worth Street Library space will open Monday, January 9th.  As of now, the 40 Worth Street library consists of space on the 4th and 14th floors.  Additional space on the 7th floor is expected to be ready later in the semester.

All floors have printers and photocopiers.  Wireless internet access is available throughout the library space, and wireless printing capability will be up and running soon.  You do not need to reconfigure your computers.

4th floor:  reference desk, circulation desk, all book and periodical collections, course reserves, interlibrary loan department, computer training room, video stations, microform reader, limited study space. The reference, circulation, and interlibrary loan staff are also located on the 4th floor.

14th floor:  the bulk of student quiet study space. Food and beverages are permitted without restriction in the 14th floor study spaces.

Note about bathrooms:  bathrooms are located on the 4th, 7th, and 14th floors. However, the 4th floor bathrooms are still being renovated; temporarily, the closest bathrooms to the 4th floor are on the 3rd floor.  Please ask the staff on the 4th floor for the combination to the 3rd floor bathroom.

New York Law School security guards are located at the entrances to the library spaces.

The old library space will remain available as a study space until further notice.  Some library staff offices will remain in the old library temporarily.  All library books and other materials, however, are housed at 40 Worth Street. In order to accommodate students studying for exams, the old library space will remain open as a late night study hall until 2:00 a.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nights, January 9, 10, and 11. The space will be monitored by security staff. The Library space at 40 Worth Street will close on these evenings at 11:00 p.m.  The Stiefel Room and the Broad Student Center will remain open 24/7.