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USC Law Library Information

Code of Conduct

USC Law Library Code of Conduct

This Code of Conduct promotes a library environment that is safe and conducive to study. Failure to comply with any of these rules, or with other rules as communicated by the Law School, may result in removal from the Library, suspension of Library access, and other penalties as deemed appropriate.

  • Library users must:
    • Treat all Law School employees and other Library users with respect at all times.
    • Adhere to all rules regarding health and safety, including those required by the Library, Law School, University, and federal, state and local laws.
    • Comply with all policies in the USC Law Student Handbook (for JD or G&IP students) and the USC Student Conduct Code and Policies.
    • Present their USC ID card upon request from any Law School employee.
    • Comply with any and all instructions and policies communicated by Law School employees, including Library student workers.

  • USC is a smoke-free campus. No smoking, e-cigarettes, smokeless tobacco or other prohibited products are permitted anywhere on campus.
  • No animals other than trained service dogs are allowed inside the building, per the USC pet policy.
  • Disorderly, harassing, or disruptive conduct is not permitted in the Library.
  • Do not leave books or other personal property unattended in the Library. Any unattended belongings are subject to removal to the Library's Lost and Found. The Library is not responsible for any belongings left unattended.

For questions about these rules, or to report non-compliance, email librarysuggestions@law.usc.edu.

Effective date: December 7, 2021