Published on February 10, 2020 by Gregory K. Laughlin, Law Library Director  

Each year, the law library surveys the law students in an effort to better understand how well we are meeting your needs and what we can do better. This year, a record 133 students responded to our survey. Through the link below, you can see summaries of those responses. We are happy to see that more than 85% of those with an opinion reported being extremely or very satisfied with the overall services of the law library and less than 1% reported being not very satisfied.

As has been the case for many years, the lowest level of satisfaction has been with the hours of access. While our budget does not permit us to extend the hours when the law library is staffed, we have been working for quite a long time to get proximity card access for times when the law library is not staffed. I was informed last week that the university hopes to install such a system within the next few weeks. When that is done, we plan to greatly extend the times when the law library can be accessed by law students. Details will be provided once the system is installed, has been tested, and is approved for use.

View Summary for the First 13 Survey Questions View Survey Comments