Patrons of the Eckstein Law Library are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner.
The library reserves the right to deny access to anyone who hinders or disrupts the use of the library by Marquette University law students, faculty, administration and staff.
CELL PHONE USE
Cell phones may be used in the law library but must be silenced upon entering. If a telephone conversation must take place, please step away from the library stacks and study tables.
The main purpose of the computer equipment in the library is to support the research, learning and teaching activities of the law school. Registered guests may use the computer equipment for legal research but may be required to yield access to Marquette users when the library is busy.
ACCEPTABLE COMPUTER USE
Use of the library's computers and electronic resources by registered guests is a privilege extended by the library and can be revoked. Marquette University's policy statement on acceptable computer use applies to registered guests as well as all University faculty, staff, and students.
FOOD and NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINK
Food and drink are permitted in the library. As a courtesy to others, please clean up afterward.
ECKSTEIN HALL TOBACCO and ALCOHOL POLICY
The law library adheres to the University's policy restricting smoking to further than 25 feet from entrances to the building. In addition, Eckstein Hall prohibits the use of all tobacco products and restricts alcohol in accordance with the Law School's Special Eckstein Hall Policies.
All areas of the library are quiet study areas. Please be considerate of others. There are designated student study rooms for the use of law students working in groups.