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Law Library Group Study Room Policies

 **Access to rooms is by Allard School of Law Student UBCcards only.**
For pdf version: Law Library Group Study Room Policies.

The following room booking policies and procedures are for the group study rooms available in the UBC Law Library. The purpose of these policies and procedures is to set expectations, ensure fairness and optimize limited room resources. These policies and procedures will continue to be reviewed to ensure they meet the needs of UBC’s Allard School of Law students.

The Law Library reserves the right to delete bookings that are found to be in violation of the following policies.

1. Bookings require a minimum group of 3 or more current UBC Allard School of Law students (up to allowable room capacity).
2. A group (not each member of a group) may book a room for up to 2 hours per day.
3. A group (not each member of a group) may book a room for up to three times a week.
4. A group (not each member of a group) may book a room for up to 21 days in advance.
5. Rooms are only available when the Law Library is open.
6. Groups who are more than 10 minutes late forfeit their booking.
7. Rooms are to be used in compliance with the Law Library Food and Drink Policy.
8. Do not move the furniture.

Can be only be accessed by current Allard School of Law students’ UBCcards.
Book at: https://bit.ly/lawlibroom     Law Group Study Room Booking QR Code


313 – Paish & Gunderson Family Group Study Room● Seats 6 – with media presentation setup

314 – Singleton Reynolds Group Study Room
● Seats 7 – with media presentation setup

315 – Bennett Jones Group Study Room
● Seats 6 – with media presentation & video-conferencing setup

316 – Group Study Room
● Seats 7 – with media presentation setup

317 – Group Study Room
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Seats 6 – with media presentation setup

318 – Roper Greyell Group Study Room
● Seats 9 – with media presentation setup

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