Whether we are in the building or working from home, the LRC's staff is committed to helping the Drexel community with their legal information needs. This LibGuide collects the LRC's online resources for convenient access.
During the summer, the LRC is open Monday - Thursday, from 8am to 4pm. You can come in without a reservation for the library main floor, but please use the our reservation system to check in if you want a seat in one of the designated quiet areas. You can book up to 4 hours of study time per day, with no weekly limit. Please remember that masks must be worn at all times while in the LRC and food will not be permitted, as is the case with the law school. Drinks are only permitted in study rooms. The Lexis printers and multi-function printers are also available. Remember that all law students are allotted $10 in printing funds each semester.
Research assistance is available in person at the LRC on Monday and Wednesday from 11am - 4pm, and on Tuesday and Thursday from 8am to 1pm. You can also access research assistance via our online chat service, which is available Monday - Thursday from 9am to 5pm. You can also contact the online reference desk via text message at 267.310.2754.
LRC staff are available via email to assist you with accessing library resources. You can direct general inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a question for a particular staff member, please see our staff directory: https://drexel.edu/law/academics/library/staff/.
Patrons have remote access to our databases and electronic materials available through our catalog. For listings of library resources, please see the LRC website at https://drexel.edu/law/library.
Course reserve materials are available for in-house use only. To find these, please check our library guide at Home - Course Reserves - LibGuides at Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University Legal Research Center. This library guide is password protected, but you can find the password at our library website under ''Q: Can I still check out books? How about browsing the collection?".
Other library services include:
If you have questions about an ILL item you have checked out or would like to obtain, please contact Margaret at email@example.com.
While we are discouraging browsing on your own, please ask for assistance and we will be happy to retrieve materials for you.
This Mental Health Guide was compiled for students, faculty, and staff. It provides a range of information resources, including: links to mental health authorities and support groups, advice from the Drexel Counseling Center, news and lifestyle articles, emergency contacts, and various Drexel services. There is recreational content, too. Readers can explore library materials, cook a new recipe, attend a virtual concert, and much more! As a work in progress, the guide is updated periodically. Please take some time to explore different sections. (There's probably at least one resource you didn't expect.)