Study Rooms

The library has 17 study rooms available for use. Students wanting to reserve a study room must do so at After signing in, look to the left-hand bar and click "Create a Reservation" > "Request a Law School Study Room". Study rooms reservations are only good for up to 4 hours. In study rooms, online registrations have priority and may ask other students to vacate the room. Reservations are forfeited if parties are 15 minutes late and someone else has claimed the room.

Study rooms are exclusively for the use of law students. Personal possessions and library books must be removed when the room is no longer in use. Unattended items may be removed by staff.

Some study rooms have desktop computers in them for students to use. Study rooms with computers are 253, 254, 255, 259, 260, 354, and 355.

All other law library policies apply to study rooms.

  • Individual snack items are allowed; do not bring in food that is messy, noisy, or has a noticeable odor.
  • Drinks must be in covered containers.
  • No cell phones are allowed.

These study rooms are not soundproof so please be aware of the noise level when working as a group.

Study rooms may be reserved for moot court competition teams, accommodated exams, and other library or law school uses. These reservations must be made in advance through the library director. During exam periods, some study rooms may be reserved by the Registrar’s Office for ADA compliant exams.

Rare Book Room, Greenan Reading Room, and Kelley Reading Room

Special accommodations may be made for faculty and staff to reserve the Rare Book Room. Students are currently unable to request use of the Rare Book Room. Exceptions may apply for professional interviews and Moot Court. Greenan Reading Room and the Kelley Reading Room are not reservable spaces for events. For additional information on how to reserve the Rare Book Room, or to see if you qualify for an exception, please contact the Library's Administrative Assistant to the Library Director.