The Law Library provides comfortable study space for all law students. Library materials should be reshelved and personal items removed from all seating and study areas before leaving the library.
The Baylor Law Library has six rooms on the second floor of the law library that may be used for law student group study. (208, 210, 212, 214, 216 and 217)
Important information about the study rooms:
- Law students may reserve these rooms in three-hour blocks per day per student.
- Study rooms can only be reserved for the current or following day.
- Food and drinks are not permitted in the rooms.
- Law students will need to pick up their study room key at the Circulation Desk within 15 minutes of their reservation start time. Anyone over 15 minutes late forfeits his/her reservation time.
- These rooms are located in the corridor to the east of the Jaworski Office and the Rare Book Room.
- Only current Baylor Law students are permitted to reserve these study rooms.
Baylor undergraduate and graduate students may use the Law Library to conduct legal research. However, they are not permitted to study in the Law Library and may be asked to leave the premises at the discretion of the library staff.