Due to the pandemic, the availability of study rooms has been reduced to allow for recommended physical distancing. View more information about reserving rooms.
The Law Library has eight study rooms available:
- Three rooms on the third floor, south wing
- Four rooms on the second floor (Three rooms near the Microfiche room, with another located just off of the Study Lab.)
- There is also one room on the fifth floor, east wing near the water fountain
You will need a valid UW ID (Wiscard) to reserve a study room. The keys are charged for two hours. They may be charged out again if no one else has reserved the room. The fifth floor room is held for users needing to use the TV/VCR/DVD, unless all other study rooms are in use.
The Law Library’s study rooms can only be reserved by Law students, faculty, and staff.
The Library Code of Conduct applies to use of the study rooms. In particular, eating is not permitted. Beverages may be consumed from closed containers.
Study rooms must be vacated at the library’s closing time.
Non-law students may reserve study rooms at other campus libraries, such as College or Memorial Library. Reserve a study room at another campus library »
Most rooms have a white board, and all rooms have a podium except for 5350. Three rooms also have computers with large monitors (2384, 3335, 3339). Law students can also borrow a TV with VCR/DVD player from the circulation desk (only for usage in room 5350).
Please contact the Law School Media & AV Services if you need additional equipment in a study room.
Check out the UW Law Library FAQ or ask at the circulation desk.