Adjunct faculty receive a wide range of library services, and we are happy to support your teaching. If you are interested in classroom support from a librarian (such as guest lecturing on research for a writing assignment), please contact Olivia Schlinck (email@example.com), Head of Research Instruction. For assistance with course reserves, the library’s collection, or databases, please contact Ellen Drucker-Albert (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Guests of Cardozo Faculty
Cardozo faculty interested in obtaining library visiting privileges for a colleague of another academic institution or of other distinction should contact Ellen Drucker-Albert (email@example.com).
Cardozo Law School hosts a variety of visiting scholars, such as visiting academics, judges, and attorneys, through several programs. Depending on the nature of their program, visiting scholars may receive circulation privileges and Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law subscription research services.
Cardozo Israeli Judges Visiting Scholar Program
Currently sitting Israeli judges visiting Cardozo for their sabbatical as part of the Visiting Scholar Program have physical access to the library. They do not have borrowing privileges and do not get Westlaw, Lexis, or Bloomberg Law subscription research services. For more information about the Cardozo Israeli Judges Visiting Scholar Program, please see Cardozo’s Visiting Research Scholars page.
Staff of the Innocence Project
Staff of the Innocence Project may visit the law library to use the collection, but do not have circulation privileges. Staff needing accounts on Lexis or Westlaw should contact the Reference Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.