Harvard Law School Library is committed to making its collections accessible to all scholars and researchers. Please contact Access/Privileges, 617-495-3455 or firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about available library services.
If you are visiting the library, most of Langdell Hall is wheelchair accessible. Ramps and automatic doors are located at the Areeda entrance to Langdell Hall. Other entrances require use of the handicapped access lift or elevators. For inaccessible portions of the stacks and for patrons who have disabilities that prevent them from accessing materials, material retrieval services are available. Please consult Circulation staff for assistance or call 617-495-3455. Patrons planning to use other libraries across the University, should contact each of those libraries directly to inquire about accessibility and available services. A complete directory of libraries is available on the Harvard Library website.
Users with disabilities who need special assistance accessing library services or materials are encouraged to contact us to make arrangements in advance. Please contact AJ Blechner (617-495-9491) or email Research Services.
Law School students who may need other special services or more information on general disability accommodations should contact the Dean of Students Office, Accessibility Services, Harvard Law School, Casperson Student Center 3039, Cambridge, MA 02138, or call 617-495-1880.