The Law Library is a quiet and food-friendly space featuring spacious tables and comfortable seating. Many study spaces have natural light and are located near windows. Individual study cubicles are available on the mezzanine and basement levels, while the group study room can accommodate up to six people for collaborative work. The main floor is fully wheel-chair accessible.
All three floors have student study space, each floor with a different atmosphere.
The Main floor or 'Reading Room' features long study tables with lots of space to spread out and is accented with comfortable chairs. "The reading room is at the centre of the ground floor library space, ringed by book stacks and library support functions arranged around the perimetre. It is a soaring light-filled space, stretching more than three storeys in height and crowned by a cupola with clerestory glazing", making it a great study space for students. The Main floor has 7 computers for student use, as well as a public access computer and houses the group study room.
The Mezzanine features a great view of the Main floor, lots of natural light and small side alcoves perfect for privacy. It also has long study tables as well as individual study carols accented with comfy chairs.
The Basement features yellow study carols from the 1970's giving it a bright retro atmosphere among the book stacks which house our LCC collection.
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Law Library Service Desk
The Law Library is located on the ground floor of the Law Building. The Library spans three floors with the main access on the ground floor of the library. The Journal Tower is a unique and stunning feature of the library. All levels of the library house the different print collections and accommodate student study space.