Many rooms at the law school, including classrooms, can be reserved by student organizations for events and meetings. Read the instructions below to learn how to reserve space for your organization!
Reserving Classrooms, Meeting Spaces, and Seminar Rooms
1. Log onto LawWeb.
2. Click “Events” in the “News & Events” tab at the top of the page.
3. Click “Reserve Room/Space”.
Note: You can see which rooms are available on the date and time of your event by filling in the date and then clicking the “Avail” button.
4. Once you submit your request, Building Services must approve it before you are guaranteed that room. This usually takes a day or two. Contact Building Services manager David Holsapple if you have any issues or if you’re trying to reserve space less than 48 hours before your event.
Reserving a Slaughter Hall Conference Room
A separate process is used for reserving the Slaughter Hall first-floor conference rooms. Student organizations and individuals may reserve these rooms for a maximum of four hours. At all other times, the rooms remain open as study spaces.
SL 187 is directly across from Courts and Commerce; SL 195 is further down the hallway near the walkway between Spies Garden and the main entrance to Slaughter Hall from the parking lot.
To reserve SL 195 or SL 187, follow the steps below:
2. Create a meeting using Google Calendar, and, using the links provided below, invite the room as a guest of the meeting. To invite a room as a guest, copy the appropriate link below and paste the link into the “add guests” box under “edit event” in Google Calendar. When you create the event, Google will invite the room to your meeting.
To book SL 195, use this link:
To book SL 187, use this link: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Once invited, the room will be reserved, and you may confirm your reservation by checking the availability of the room.
Note: The Student Bar Association maintains these rooms to serve as a resource for all law students and reserves the right to modify or cancel reservations for inappropriate use or overuse.