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Silent Study Area
 

Black circle with white icon of face profile and finger shushingThis part of the Law Library is for silent study with individual study spaces.

The Law Library is an academic library where we ask you to study quietly and with respect and consideration to your peers. There are collaborative study spaces within the Law Library (Mooting Room and Foreign Law Reports) for group work and discussion. However, the silent study area is for silence and study!

This area also holds our International Law Room, European Law Room, a duplicate set of The Law Reports, some Statutory Instruments and Law Commissions Reports:

  • Books with the shelfmark of 341 can be found in the International Law Room.
  • Books with the shelfmark of 348 can be found in the European Law Room.
  • The duplicate set of The Law Reports can be found in the Law Reports corridor at the other end of the Law Library.
  • Statutory Instruments and Law Commissions Reports are tucked away to the left as you enter the Silent Study Area.

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Leave the Silent Study Area and go up the staircase to pause point Law 16 - Foreign Law Reports

Explore more
 

We have a study space for every preference, so take some time to explore our Libraries and across Campus to find an environment to suit your study habits.

You can find the different types of study spaces in our Libraries on our floor plans:

Or take a look at the Spaces for All Students Across Campus.

Photograph of three students sitting in a bookable study booth in YourSpace.