CLAS 1111 - Women, War and Human Rights in Antiquity - Gaca

Connecting to Resources

Law Library

Access to the Law School is currently restricted to law students and faculty, and since the Law Library is located inside the Law School it might seem like those materials are inaccessible to you.  We have workarounds!

Option 1: Requesting Items via the Library Catalog

For any library that is currently inaccessible to undergraduates, you can request circulating materials be delivered to an alternate library like Central or Peabody.  The item will be held for you at the service desk. When you find an item that you would like to request, sign into the catalog with your VUnet ID and password

Screen shot of book available in Massey Law Library. Call number and sign in link highlighted.

After signing in, you will see Request link in the Get It section of the item record. 

Screenshot: Request link in item record

Fill out the request form and the item will be delivered to the destination of your choice.

Option 2: Access to Non-circulating items and Law Librarians

Some materials in the law library are non-circulating and must be used in the library. In those instances, arrangements can me made to visit the Law Library in person. You may also wish to consult with one of our fabulous law librarians. Contact the Law Library directly for assistance:


Phone: 615-343-8731

Hours of availability: Monday - Friday from 9am - 5pm


Government Documents

Our government document collection is moving to a new collection this summer! We are currently in the preparation stage for the move and sometimes that can make it difficult to access government documents in print. If you find an item in our catalog with the location Government Documents, contact Will Stringfellow for assistance. Will has deep knowledge of our government documents collection and may be able to point you to additional resources on your topic.