Dolly & Homer Hand Law Library
The Dolly & Homer Hand Law Library is proud to offer access to the West and Aspen Study Aids!
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The Stetson University College of Law libraries in Gulfport and Tampa support the research efforts of students, faculty, and staff.
The libraries are a significant part of the Stetson University College of Law. The combined collections of statutes, court reports, journals and treatises, in a variety of formats, is above the median size of academic law libraries in the United States. The facilities and collections have been enhanced by major gifts by alumni and friends.
The libraries feature extensive electronic resources, abundant study space for individuals and small groups, and both wireless and network internet access.
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For reference assistance, including information on how to access our Federal depository collection, please call (727) 562-7821 or via email [email protected].
Current Hours and Information
The Dolly & Homer Hand Law Library in Gulfport will be closed to the general public on Friday, May 20th. Students and alumni will continue to have access. Normal hours will resume on Saturday, May 21st.
- Access for all faculty, students, and staff is 24/7
- Circulation Desk Hours
- 7 AM to 7 PM, Monday - Friday
- 10 AM to 6 PM, Saturdays
- 12 noon to 5 PM, Sundays
Tampa Law Library Hours: Monday - Sunday: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
In order to accommodate student requests for study space at the Tampa Law Center library, requests for study rooms should be directed to Kristina Macys, Director of the Tampa Law Center & College of Law Events, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Any requests sent to Ms. Macys outside of these business hours will be addressed during the next business day.
Detailed information about study rooms is available on this webpage. Click on Room Reservations. The Library will be operating up to the seating capacity required for proper social distancing and the library staff will keep the occupancy count. Library staff will greet students when entering the building for purposes of the seating count. If the library reaches the maximum seating, staff will notify patrons that access to the library will be temporarily delayed. (We appreciate your patience and understanding.)
Face coverings are mandatory only in library classrooms and individual offices, based on individual preference.
Most of the library resources are available online (search our databases). Still, students enrolled in online courses will be able to use the library in person if needed or may contact the reference librarians for assistance in obtaining materials.