Study Rooms

Eight group study rooms are available in the law library. The rooms will accommodate groups from four to 20. You may hold impromptu gatherings in a study room if a room has not been scheduled or if no member of the scheduling group or some other person is occupying the room at the time you wish to meet. If you wish to meet with a study group for one session or at a regular time every week, you should reserve one of the study rooms. To reserve a group study room, contact Caroline Phipps, the library administrative assistant, in room 315.

The group study rooms may only be reserved during hours that the law library is open. Three group study rooms, rooms 212A, 212B and 321A, are available during hours that Keller Hall is open but the law library is closed. No materials may be checked out to rooms 212A, 212B or 321A.

All library materials kept in study rooms must be checked out at the Circulation Desk. Any materials not checked out will be reshelved daily.