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Study Rooms in the Library

Calendar: Reserve Group Study Rooms

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Note that study rooms are highlighted in blue.

Group Study Room Policies

A library staff member will approve or decline your reservation based on the rules that follow.

  • Group study rooms are available to current New England Law students and for those recent graduates who are studying for the July bar immediately following May commencement. Study rooms are approved on a first come, first served basis. A group is at least two persons.
  • Library study rooms are for group study and research purposes only, not for student meetings. 
  • Reservation requests made more than two weeks in advance will not be honored.
  • Each group is entitled to four hours per week of study space.
  • Due to the great demand for group study space, any room not occupied after 15 minutes of scheduled time will be considered forfeited and made available to others.

No food is allowed in the library or group study rooms.

Study rooms are not soundproof.  Please keep conversation quiet.

Note that there are separate policies for use of the Cherry Room.


Room Capacities


Maximum of 5 people (Mary Joe Frug Room)

Rooms 007 - 018
are located in
the Library Basement


Maximum of 14 people


Maximum of 6 people


Maximum of 8 people


Maximum of 10 people


Maximum of 4 people


Maximum of 10 people



Maximum of 4 people

115 Maximum of 12 people Room 115 is on the first floor of the library


Maximum of 10 people (1/2 Trustee's Room)

Rooms 201-220
are on the second floor of the library


Maximum of 10 people (1/2 Trustee's Room)


Maximum of 5 people


Maximum of 5 people


Maximum of 5 people


If you have any questions regarding the group study rooms or rules, please contact Anita Chase at, Jeff Flynn at or Anne Acton at