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For food or drink spills, equipment malfunctions, or anything else that doesn’t seem right, please either notify the Circulation Desk or
submit a facilities request.
Quiet and Collaborative Zones
The Library has designated collaborative and quiet zones so that users can choose the space that best meets their needs and study preferences.
Quiet Zone, Upper Floor
Meant to provide an area for quiet study
Conversation is extremely limited and in a low speaking voice
Cell phones on silent or vibrate and no cell phone conversations
Use earphones with electronics
Quiet when entering and exiting
Collaborative Zone, Lower Floor
Flexible configurations of furniture allows and encourages collaborative engagement
Tutors’ carrels provide space to confer with their students
Conversations should be limited to law school-related work
The Library has approximately 90 study carrels that are assigned to UNM Law Students.
Library materials may not be left in assigned carrels unless the material is checked out to the student assigned to that carrel.
The Library provides eye bolts in the carrels to be used along with security cables and locks to deter theft but otherwise discourages students from leaving personal belongings in their carrels.
After Hours Access
Students who have completed after hours safety training may access the Library 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To schedule a makeup training session, contact
Robert Thomas, 272-1485.
((The complete After Hours Access policies can be accessed through the
Intranet under the "Law Library" heading.))
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