During the reading and exam period you must make a reservation to use a library study room. Mandatory study room reservations begin on Thursday, December 5 at 8:00 am; at that time, all study rooms will be locked, and you must go to the first-floor circulation desk to charge out the key to the room at the time of your reservation. The link to the study room reservations is on the library webpage.
The reading and exam period is from Thursday, December 5 through Friday, December 20, 2019.
Study Room Policies:
- Study rooms are for the use of groups of two or more students.
- Study rooms may be reserved for the current day and three days ahead.
- Study rooms may be reserved in 30-minute time slots; your time slots must be contiguous.
- You may book up to 8 contiguous time slots (use the grid to select your start time and use the drop-down box to select your end time).
- Study room use is limited to 4 hours per user per day to ensure availability for all users.
- You must use your brooklaw.edu email address to reserve a study room.
- Study rooms are subject to availability and reservations may be modified by library staff at any time.
Hours for the Reading & Exam Period:
- Thursday, December 5 – Thursday, December 20: 8:00 am – 2:00 am.
- Friday, December 21: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
- The circulation desk will close at 12:00 am from December 5 – 20.
- The library will close for Winter Break at 5 pm on Friday, December 21 and reopen on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.
Reminders About Noise & Food in the Library:
- Please keep your voices down in reading rooms and study rooms. Your colleagues are also studying.
- If you need a space for discussion, the collaboration areas are: the Bernsen reference & reading room (1st floor), the library lounge (1st mezzanine), the Nash reading room (3rd floor) and the study rooms.
- Our food policy allows for light snacks in the library. Light snacks are foods such as those generally dispensed in vending machines: candy, cookies, chips, pretzels, donuts, bagels, etc. — food which can be easily eaten dry and with the hands. No plates or bowls of food which require utensils. No fast foods such as pizza, burgers, etc., which can be messy and odorous. The library reserves the right to determine which food items are acceptable and which are not appropriate for library consumption.
- Brooklyn Law School is a smoke and tobacco free campus. Smoking or vaping is not permitted anywhere in the school, which includes the library. If you have any questions, please read Brooklyn Law School’s Smoke and Tobacco Free Policy on BLSConnect.
Good Luck on Your Exams & Happy Holidays!