Group Study Rooms
boston college law library
The law library has nine group study rooms. Each room is equipped with a cable television, video camera and VCR. Remote controls for the television, camera and VCR are available at the Information Desk.
Group study rooms are for the use of BC Law faculty, students and staff only. Groups of two or more may reserve a group study room for up to two hours. The reservation book is kept at the Information Desk. If a room is not reserved, it is available for use by anyone who has access to the Law Library.
Group study rooms sometimes are used for law school classes or interviews. These will be clearly marked in the reservation book, and take precedence over other requests for these rooms.
Four of the group study rooms on Level 3 are equipped with an interlock door system. These rooms each have two doors, one of which opens into the library; the other opens into the law school corridor. One of the two doors is locked at all times. Generally the doors opening into the library are unlocked. However, when the rooms are being used as interview rooms, entrance is via the doors in the law school corridor. Entrance via the library is not possible during that time.
Food is not permitted in group study rooms. For more information, consult the law library's Food and Drink Policy.
Group study rooms can be used as small classrooms and interview rooms. They are particularly popular during reading and exam periods.