The Law Library has 27 study rooms available for reservation and study by groups of two or more law students. The rooms are equipped with dry erase boards and electrical outlets for computers. Five rooms on the 5th floor each include a wall-mounted monitor that can mirror a laptop screen to facilitate group projects.
Many of our study rooms offer opportunities to have fantastic views of the city, but if you find that too distracting we also have rooms that are interior and minimize those distractions.
Law students may reserve rooms up to a week in advance using our online booking system, which is available from the Law Library homepage. The rooms are booked for groups of two or more law students, on a first-come/first-served basis.
Reservations should list/include all members of the study group. This enables the first two members of the group to arrive at the Circulation Desk to pick up the key to the room. Your group won't be given a key unless at least two members of the group are present. The maximum reservation time for a study room is three (3) hours per day per campus ID. Study room keys accrue fines at a rate of 10 cents per minute.
The Circulation Desk has available extras that you may find useful when picking up your key, including dry erase markers and dongles for screen mirroring from your laptop.