Why does the library have a limited access policy?

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The Law Library restricts access in order to preserve a quiet study environment and sufficient seating for UCLA Law Students.

Law Schools and their Libraries are subject to ABA accreditation. ABA Standard 702(a)(2) states that:

A law school’s facilities shall include….a law library that is suitable and sufficient in size, location, and design in relation to the law school’s programs and enrollment to accommodate the needs of the law school’s students and faculty and the law library’s services, collections, staff, operations, and equipment.

  • Last Updated Sep 07, 2016
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  • Answered By Donna Gulnac

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