D'Angelo Law Library Study Rooms
Study rooms are available for law students for course work or other academic projects. Reservations are limited to 4 hours per day per student. The D'Angelo Law Library has seven study rooms: two study rooms on each of the 4th, 5th and 6th floors, and one study room on the second floor. Law students may reserve use of a study room online using the Law School's room reservation system. You will need to log in using your UCLAW username and password. If you do not have a UCLAW username and would like to reserve a study room, contact a law librarian.
For detailed instructions on using the room reservation system, see How to Reserve a Law Library Study Room.
Reserve a Library Study Room
Video Conferencing: There is a dedicated video conference system for student use in Room 514. Students must follow these instructions to make their request: Video Conferencing Request Information.
Law Library Study Room Policies
- Reservations are limited to 4 hours per day per student.
- Law students should contact the library staff to cancel or modify an existing study room reservation. Students who do not occupy a study room within 30 minutes of their scheduled time may have the reservation canceled.
- Priority use of study rooms is for groups. Law students studying alone may be asked to relinquish use of a study room to a group requesting it. The Green Lounge is available for law student social gatherings.
Study room seating capacities are as follows:
- 2nd Floor study rooms
- 4th Floor study rooms
- 413: seating for 8
- 415 (semi-enclosed; not soundproof): seating for 4
- 5th Floor study rooms
- 514: seating for 4 (includes video conference system)
- 515 (semi-enclosed; not soundproof): seating for 4
- 6th Floor study rooms
- 613: seating for 8
- 615 (semi-enclosed; not soundproof): seating for 4