University of New Hampshire

School of Law

School of Law

Study Room Reservation Policy

UNH Law students may reserve certain conference and classrooms for study and student organizational meetings. Students may reserve study rooms in the UNH Law Library, in the UNH Law main building, and at 10 White Street. All students reserving study rooms in the Law Library must do so through the Law Library Circulation Desk and shall adhere to the Library Study Room Reservation Policy found in the UNH Law Student Handbook and on the Library website. All other conference and classrooms must be reserved through the UNH Law Room Reservation System.

In order to promote energy efficiency and safety, room reservations during evening hours are limited to smaller conference and classrooms located in the center of the UNH Law main building. There is a four hour time limit per day/per reservation. Two consecutive reservations by the same group/student are not permitted. Study groups are defined as three or more students. The student who reserves the space is responsible for the condition and equipment in the room.

The following rooms may be reserved for daytime study (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday): 101, 102, 103, 172, 201, 227 and 283. The Academic Success conference room may be used without making a reservation, if it is unoccupied.

The following rooms may be reserved for study during evening hours and weekends, i.e., after 5:00 p.m., until the Law Library closes: 101, 102, 103, 201, and 227.

In addition, the following larger rooms may be reserved for student organization events held during the day and into the evening hours: 200, 205, 229, Douglas J. Wood Board Room and the Rich Room. All student organization events must be pre-approved by the Assistant Dean for Students.

The Courtroom is available only for Moot Court practice and courtroom-based practice sessions associated with a class.

Room reservation requests are confirmed when the Registrar’s Office receives a request and responds to the student/group (via email) granting permission. If a reservation is made after regular business hours (or late in day), please go to the Circulation Desk in the UNH Law Library for confirmation and to pick up the key. Please keep all study and conference rooms clean and trash free.

(updated 1/16/2012)