Study Space in the Law Library
The Law Library offers many study areas that have access to technology. In addition to wired study carrels and a student computer lab, wireless coverage is available throughout the library.
Study Carrels, Work Spaces, and Soft Seating
The Law Library has nearly 300 seating options throughout the library, including study carrels, work spaces, soft seating, and a formal Reading Room. These seats are available on a first come/first served basis and many provide networking and electricity for mobile computing devices.
Group Study Rooms
The Law Library has 27 group study rooms for use by Georgia State Law students. Students in groups of two or more may reserve study rooms on a first come/first served basis. All study rooms contain wired tables and dry-erase boards and five of the study rooms (530-533 and 537) have technology for viewing audio visual materials. Most study rooms seat up to 6 people. Rooms 537 and 603 can seat up to 10 people.
Law students can make group study reservations using the online booking system or at the Circulation Desk.
The 6th floor of the Law Library has been established as a quiet study area. Please be considerate to students and patrons who are studying in this area.
Law Library Student Computer Lab
The Law Library hosts a 16 workstation student computer lab with nearby general purpose and research-service-specific printers. These computing resources are limited to College of Law students. The Law Library student computer lab is available to law students all hours the library is open.
Other Resources: Photocopier, Scanners, and a Microform Reader
Two KIC Bookeye Scanners are located in Room 502; one copy machine and one additional scanner are available in Room 601.
The Law Library also has a microform reader. For help with using the microform reader, see the reference librarian on duty at the reference desk.