News and information useful to Cleveland-Marshall College of Law students, faculty and staff.


Study Rooms

studyroom1With exams on the horizon, you may want to reserve a study room.  You can reserve a study room anywhere and anytime as long as you can access the internet. The reservation site can even be accessed with your smart phone through http://law.csuohio.libcal.com/mobile.ph. The main link to the reservation homepage is http://law.csuohio.libcal.com/. You can also reach this link through a button on the law library’s homepage.

The rules for study room reservation:

1. C|M|Law student may reserve a study room for up to three hours each day.

2. Study rooms can be booked up to a week (7 days) in advance.

3. All reservations require a C|M|Law email address.

4. All reservations must be confirmed within 30 minutes of making the reservation.

Failure to complete any of these steps will cause your reservation request to be declined.

If you have any difficulty making a reservation, visit our instructions page or ask a librarian for help.

Please remember to be very considerate of all patrons using the library throughout the exam period. Every patron has a right to use our facilities and services. Try to keep noise levels down in study rooms as well as common areas.

Study Room Reminder — Law Student Priority

With the semester beginning to wind down, our study rooms are getting more and more use. If you’re a law student, don’t forget that you have first priority for the library study rooms. That means that if you’ve reserved a study room through our online system, but find the study room occupied by a non-law student or a law student who has not reserved the room online, you can show the print out of your study room reservation and ask that person to leave the room. If you’re uncomfortable with asking someone to leave a study room, just ask any of the library staff – we’ll be happy to help.

Study Room Reminder – Law Student Priority

With the semester beginning to wind down, our study rooms are getting more and more use. If you’re a law student, don’t forget that you have first priority for the library study rooms. That means that if you’ve reserved a study room through our online system, but find the study room occupied by a non-law student or a law student who has not reserved the room online, you can show the print out of your study room reservation and ask that person to leave the room. If you’re uncomfortable with asking someone to leave a study room, just ask any of the library staff – we’ll be happy to help.

Four New Study Rooms Available

With the completion of construction for the Solo Practice Incubator, we now have four additional study rooms available on the atrium level – AO70, AO71, AO80J, and AO80K. You can find info for reserving study rooms here.

Study Rooms

studyroom1With exams on the horizon, you may want to reserve a study room.  You can reserve a study room anywhere and anytime as long as you can access the internet. The reservation site can even be accessed with your smart phone through http://law.csuohio.libcal.com/mobile.ph. The main link to the reservation homepage is http://law.csuohio.libcal.com/. You can also reach this link through a button on the law library’s homepage.

The rules for study room reservation:

1. C|M|Law student may reserve a study room for up to three hours each day.

2. Study rooms can be booked up to a week (7 days) in advance.

3. All reservations require a C|M|Law email address.

4. All reservations must be confirmed within 30 minutes of making the reservation.

Failure to complete any of these steps will cause your reservation request to be declined.

If you have any difficulty making a reservation, visit our instructions page or ask a librarian for help.

Please remember to be very considerate of all patrons using the library throughout the exam period. Every patron has a right to use our facilities and services. Try to keep noise levels down in study rooms as well as common areas.