The Hurwich Library in San Francisco
Alliant’s Hurwich Library maintains a comprehensive collection of print and electronic resources in clinical psychology, forensic psychology, neuropsychology, organizational behavior, psychopharmacology, cross cultural studies and education.
Additionally, library patrons can find the Law School book collection. The collection includes current California Annotated Codes, California Appellate and California Supreme Court cases, several law dictionaries, and a full set of Uniform Laws Annotated. Plus, CalJur3d Califonia law encyclopedia, California Jury Instructions, Witkin, Summary of California Law, Evidence, Procedure, and Criminal Law, West’s California Digest, 2d, various law school study books, and a special selection of books on immigration issues. Law students also receive online access to the extensive Lexis law database resources and the Internet.
The collection is supplemented by lending agreements with regional library consortia and can also draw on resources from other Alliant Library locations. Bibliographic instruction and presentations on library research methods are given to classes throughout the year. The librarians provide onsite assistance, as well as by phone and email to students with individual research and reference questions
This gracious facility includes places where students can conduct online research, meet in small study groups, and participate in library instruction. In addition, there is a video lab for students in the interviewing and observation classes.
One Beach Street, Suite 100
San Francisco, CA 94133-2221
Phone: (415) 955-2131