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Reserving Study Rooms

Penn Law provides study rooms for students both prior to and during the Reading and Exam periods.

Students are welcome to reserve study rooms (individual and group) in Biddle Law Library. Students are also welcome to reserve classrooms for group study.

Please consult the links here to learn how to reserve these rooms for your studying use. Thank you - and best of luck with your studies!

  • Reserving Rooms in Biddle Law Library:
    Normally study rooms are provided on a first come first served basis. During the Reading and Exam periods students can reserve group and individual study rooms in Biddle Law Library by using the Online Reservation Tool. You may reserve a single or double study room up to a week in advance for a maximum of four hours per day. Students are limited to a maximum of 16 reserved hours per week. This includes time reserved for group rooms. Please view our study room reservation guidelines and details.
  • Reserving Classrooms via the Registrar’s Office:
    If you would like to schedule a classroom for a study space, please email Robin Harris (rharris2@law.upenn.edu). All reservations must be received 24 hours in advance of the requested reservation date. You may reserve a room for 4 hours per day. During exams, study rooms will be available after 2:30 p.m. Students are limited to a maximum of 16 reserved hours per week. This includes time reserved for group rooms.

Important Note: Studying in classrooms does not include the right to use classroom technology. A student recently, and inadvertently, damaged a $3000 piece of equipment. Students may not log into or utilize the classroom technology when studying in the classrooms. Thank you.

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