Study Space

The Law Library offers a variety of spaces to support different study styles. Wireless coverage is available throughout the library.

Individual Study Spaces

Students studying individually can choose from carrels, tables, and soft seating throughout the library. There is also a formal reading room on the sixth floor. Seats are available on a first-come/first-served basis.

Group Study Spaces

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 tables and dry-erase boards and five of the study rooms (530-533 and 537) have the 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 online using the online booking system. Be sure to include all group member names in your reservation.

Quiet Floor

The sixth floor of the Law Library, including the reading room, has been established as a quiet study area. Please be considerate to students and patrons who are studying in this area.

Student Computer Lab

The Law Library hosts a student computer lab with nearby printers. Due to the pandemic, the number of available computers in the lab has been reduced and the use of the lab is limited to the College of Law students. The lab is available to law students all hours the library is open unless it has been reserved for training.

Other Resources: Photocopier, Scanners, and a Microform Reader

Two KIC Bookeye Scanners and one copy machine are located in Room 502; one additional scanner is available in Room 601. Room 502 and Room 601 are currently for use by a single user at a time.

The Law Library also has a microform reader. For inquiries regarding microform, please consult the reference librarians at lawreference@gsu.edu.

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