Room Reservations During Exams (Policy starts on the first reading day in a semester.)

Law Library Study Rooms

These rooms are for group study and reservations must be for two or more individuals. Students MAY NOT reserve these rooms in which to take exams. (Sign-up sheets will be posted on the doors of the rooms prior to reading days.)   No sign-up using 25Live during this period.


Reading Days  --  Students may reserve a classroom or seminar room for up to three hours during this period.  A student may only make one room reservation per day unless otherwise reserved for a class or extracurricular group meeting. (The 25Live room reservation schedule will begin at 7 am and end at 12 midnight.)

  • Classrooms A, B, the Mock Trial Courtroom and the Moot Courtroom will be designated as "quiet spaces" and may not be reserved. A student may use these rooms in which to study. (Please be respectful and mindful of others in these quiet spaces.) Check 25Live in case an instructor has a review session in one of these rooms during that period. Thus, the room will be unavailable during that time.
  • The following rooms may be reserved: Classrooms C, D, E, F, G, Seminar Room 426, Seminar Room 457, Jury Room, Judge's Chambers and Fishbowl. (Please be aware that the Faculty Lounge/Faculty Conference Room, the Powell Conference Room and the Dean's Conference Room are not available to students.)

Exams -- Students may not reserve a classroom or seminar room from 8 am - 7 pm during the exam period. Classrooms are to be used only for exams between the times of 8 am and 7 pm. If a room is empty during an exam block you may go into that room and take your exam BUT you may not reserve the room. After 7 pm, students may reserve one study space for a maximum of 3 hours.