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Guide to the Law Library at UH Manoa : Room Reservations

A guide to the University of Hawaii Law Library.

Announcement

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the library has temporarily closed room reservations for the health and safety of patrons and staff.

Classrooms

Classroom Space

We offer a variety of spaces for study.  This page provides details on how you can reserve a room in the law library.  

Seating Areas

group tables

Diversity of Seating

We believe that students learn in different ways, and therefore need diverse seating arrangements to help them feel comfortable to work.  Right after you walk up to the 2nd landing, you will meet a row of large study tables, good for group work or individuals who don't mind working next to others.

Study Carrels

carrels

Study Carrels

In the back of the library, we offer a quiet zone of individual carrels for Law Students to study. 

Law Library Room Reservations

To sign up for a room reservation, please visit  https://library.law.hawaii.edu/library-room-reservation/ for more information. 

Room 115

Room 115

This classroom can host 12 people seated, 32 standing. 

Room 119

 

Room 119

This room is primarily used for training purposes and has 20 seats.

Room 118

Room 118

This classroom can host 14 people seated and up to 40 standing.

Room 120

Room 120

This room is primarily used for training purposes and has 20 seats.