The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law Library is a research library and is not open to the general public. With more than 400 individuals enrolled at Campbell Law School, our library professionals must first focus on the study and research needs of our students. Members in good standing of the North Carolina Bar, with proof of membership, can access the library at any time during regular hours of operation. Campbell University graduate and undergraduate students and alumni may also use the library by appointment for legal research. Students from other colleges or universities may use the library by scheduling a time with our library staff to utilize certain resources. To make an appointment please email Professor Olivia Weeks at email@example.com.
Our reference staff is happy to assist with reference questions; however, the library cannot provide legal advice or discuss legal theories of pending cases.
Library policies are not intended as barriers to the use of the collection. Rather these policies are in place to facilitate its use by making the collection available to all users without unreasonable delay. Most rules are based on common sense and equitable principles and are derived from a commitment to make the library an environment suitable for reading, study, and activities in support of student and faculty research.
The library staff wishes to ensure that the library is a place of quiet study. As such, all patrons are asked to keep their noise to a minimum. It is the responsibility of each student to maintain a quiet environment for study. A student commons is available outside of the library for socializing between classes.
So that all patrons may benefit from the law library's resources and environment:
For the protection of the library, its contents, and staff:
Personal laptops may be used in any area of the law library. Study tables are wired for laptop use, and wireless network access is available on both floors of the library.