Study Space

The Law Library has a wide array of study areas to meet the needs of our students. Study areas can be found on every floor of the Law Library and include open study space on the second and third floors of the Gerber Glass Law Center.
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Study rooms

Twelve study rooms are located on the second floor of the Gerber Glass Law Center. Use of these study rooms is restricted to current Pace Law students and faculty. Each student can reserve a study room for one or two hours per day. Reservations may be made seven days in advance. Markers and erasers for the white boards are available for check out at the circulation desk.

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24 Hour Quiet Study

24 hour study space is available to students on the second floor of the Gerber Glass Law Center. This is a quiet study area and noise should be kept to a minimum. During regular library hours, reserve items may be used in this area. Outlets are accessible on every table and a charging station is available for your convenience. No personal materials, including books, laptops, tablets, phones, notes, etc., should be left unattended.

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Carrels

Study carrels are located on each stack level. Carrels may be used by all patrons and cannot be reserved. No personal materials, including books, laptops, tablets, phones, notes, etc., should be left unattended. The Law Library is not responsible for the security of materials left unattended. Any personal materials found in the carrels or on the tables will be taken to campus security in Preston Hall.

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Open Study Space

The third floor of the Gerber Glass Law Center is designated as open study space and is open to students 24 hours a day. Talking is permitted, but please be considerate of others. In addition to the study space, the third floor also has a 24 hour computer lab (G300) and Pharos printer. No personal materials, including books, laptops, tablets, phones, notes, etc., should be left unattended.