Supreme Court Law Library Public Access By Appointment Only
How to Make an Appointment
- Please call (808) 539-4964 to make a reservation.
Supreme Court Law Library Entry Requirement
In accordance with State and County efforts to ensure safety for all residents and visitors to Hawaii in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, all Supreme Court Law Library patrons 12 years and older must show proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test results issued within the last 72 hours to enter the library.
Before entering Aliʻiolani Hale, visitors will need to show 2 documents:
- Proof of full vaccination (digital or hard copy of vaccination card), or if not fully vaccinated, a negative COVID-19 test result issued within the last 72 hours; and
- Valid photo identification.
Please review Supreme Court Law Library Entry Guidelines for complete details and additional information.
- Visits are limited to one (1) hour.
- Enter Ali‘iolani Hale through Checkpoint B (Punchbowl Street side of the building).
- Temperature check is required for entry into any Hawai‘i Judiciary facility.
- Face masks covering the nose and mouth are required and must be worn at all times while visiting any Hawai‘i Judiciary facility.
- Hand sanitation and social distancing policies will apply.
- For those unable to enter due to these policies, the Supreme Court Law Library provides alternative avenues for access to its resources and collections.
- Curbside circulation and all virtual library services are still being offered.
- All payments for library services must be made with check or exact change.
- No change will be given for cash payments, please plan ahead and bring appropriate bills and coins.
- Please be mindful of your appointment time, no early entry into the library will be allowed.
For the health and safety of the Library Staff and Patrons, we thank you in advance for your cooperation. Aloha!