Group Study Rooms & Study Carrels
Group Study Rooms may be reserved up to one week in advance for a period of three hours per group, per day. There are group study rooms in both library locations. Six of the study rooms contain additional equipment suitable for presentation practice and group collaboration. Collaborative Study Rooms may be used as normal group study rooms when the equipment is not needed by another group. Several rooms have whiteboards and markers are available for checkout at the circulation desk.
Book a group study room [Georgetown Law NetID required]
Study Carrels & Research Shelves
Upperclass or graduate students and others with special research needs may be able to reserve study carrels in Williams or research shelves in Wolff.
Six group study rooms are equipped with an overhead projector that will allow Georgetown Law students, faculty, and staff to connect to the projector with their laptop and share notes, documents, presentations, and other information. Stop by the circulation desk to check out the remote control and get a video cable for your computer.
Collaborative Study Rooms are found at these locations:
- Williams Law Library: Rooms 322A, 322B, 522A, 535
- Wolff International and Comparative Law Library. Rooms 4010 and 4007