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PATRON DATABASE ACCESS AND USAGE POLICY
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The Social Law Library, in accordance with its and its vendors’ database access and usage polices, strictly prohibits the use of any automated tools and/or scripting methods to submit search criteria, however broad or general, to any database or information utility provided by the Social Law Library to its patrons. SCROLL DOWN TO READ THE ENTIRE POLICY.
Patron access to, and use of, the online legal research databases and information utilities made available to patrons by the Social Law Library is permitted only via manually-conducted, discrete, individual search and retrieval methods and only for the purpose of conducting legal research. Access via mechanical, programmatic, robotic, scripted, or any other automated means, and the use of more than one patron computer terminal at a time, is strictly prohibited. Wholesale copying of, or republication in any medium, print or electronic, of all or any portion of any databases or information utility provided by the Social Law Library is likewise strictly prohibited.
Any access to, or use of, any of the online legal research databases and information utilities made available by the Library by a patron in violation of this policy may result in the restriction, suspension, or revocation of patron database access and usage privileges or membership privileges.
The Library reserves its right to take appropriate actions to insure compliance with this policy.
Continued use of Library computers and the databases it offers patrons constitutes acceptance of this policy.
Please note that vendor licensing restrictions limit remote access the HeinOnline database to accounts with fifty or fewer attorneys.
Last revised date: December 11, 2009.