Study Rooms

Private study rooms are available on Level 2 of the Goodson Law Library (view map), for reservation by current Duke Law students. During the Law School Spring 2019 reading/examination period (April 19 - May 3), the study rooms are now keyless, and are available for reservation 24/7 (4-hour daily limit per NetID).

Law students may reserve a study room up to 72 hours in advance by logging in to the online calendar.

Make an Online Reservation

Note: Law students may use an unoccupied study room, but must vacate for users with online reservations for the room. Please report any concerns about study room reservations to service desk staff.

Video Conferences and Interviews at Duke Law School

Duke Law School is pleased to offer students the opportunity to conduct video conference meetings and interviews with employers (“Meetings” and “Counterparty”). Please follow this quick set-up guide to get started.

A VOIP phone can also be reserved for phone interviews. Note: If you need to reserve both a room and the phone for more than 2 hours each, please see the Circulation/Reserve desk for further assistance with your reservation.

Reservation System Feedback

We're always interested to hear your feedback about the online reservation software. Please fill out a comment form to let us know about your experience using the online reservation system.

Submit Your Feedback

Current Room Status

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Note: This status reflects only whether the room key is currently checked out to a borrower. Room keys listed as "available" may have a pending reservation in the online calendar; log in to confirm availability.