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Law Library Access and Services during COVID-19

Online Reservation System: Study Rooms and Individual Seats 

The Law Library offers an online reservation system for study rooms and individual library seats exclusively to WVU Law students. The online study room reservation system is available here: https://wvu.libcal.com/spaces?lid=4244&gid=7111. The online seat reservation system is available here: https://wvu.libcal.com/spaces?lid=4244&gid=19967.

  • Study Rooms. The Law Library has five study rooms: three on the first floor and two on the second floor. Law students must reserve study rooms prior to use due to high demand. Law students may reserve study rooms for 1-hour increments twice a day. Law students may reserve study rooms day-of or up to one calendar week in advance. Reservations are held for fifteen minutes, after which study rooms become freely available. Study rooms are intended for group study.
  • Individual Library Seats. Law students have the option of reserving individual seats on the second floor of the library. Law students may reserve individual seats for 1-hour increments twice a day. Law students may reserve individual seats up to 24-hours in advance. Reservations are held for fifteen minutes, after which individual seats become freely available. As a courtesy, law students who have not reserved a library seat should vacate their seat for students who have an existing seat reservation.