Law Library study rooms are available for reservation by law students, we are happy to announce!
Study rooms range in size and location—we have rooms that accommodate groups as large as 10. On the Law Library’s fifth floor, we have study rooms with monitors that you can use to do group work on a big screen. Rooms have dry erase boards that groups can use to share notes, develop outlines, etc.
Reserving a study room is pretty simple, and if you’ve used the booking system before it will be very similar. Start from the library home page and checkout the booking explorer, so your group can find the right time and room that will work for your study plan.
You can book the rooms in 15 minute increments, with each law student in a group eligible for up to three hours of study room time per day.
In the picture below, Room 501 is unavailable, but 503 and the other rooms are each available for a reservation.
When you book your room, you will still need to have (and list) the two or more law students who will be using the room for studying. Remember, when you’re finished using a study room that you need to lock the door and tell the folks at the circulation desk if you are leaving before the end of your reservation, so we can make sure that the room shows up as available to other students who may want to reserve the room. Knowing who is in the group can really help us with this part of reservation management!
Here’s a sample of the booking form:
We look forward to checking the keys out to your groups as you work on your summer classes and prepare for exams!