Law Discussion Room for Group Works
School of Law students only are eligible to use this Law Discussion Room for group academic works. Advance booking is made via the Law Discussion Room Booking System.
There are table and chairs, with a seating capacity of six.
- The principal user who reserves the room and the accompanying users must all be law students.
- There must be at least 2 users in the room during any booked session, including the principal user who makes the actual booking.
- The Library reserves the right to forfeit any booked session that does not comply with the two conditions mentioned above.
- All available time slots are reserved on a first-come-first-served basis.
- Hours for booking are confined to the Law and Reference Help Desk opening hours.
- Reservations can be made three days in advance, or four days ahead on Fridays.
- Each time slot is a one-hour session which starts at every hour, i.e., 09:00, 15:00 etc.
- The total number of time slots that can be made at any one time is limited to 4, i.e. 4 hours.
- Booking is made online via the Law Discussion Room Booking System. Users can also delete or view their reservations online via the same system.
Accessing the Law Discussion Room Booking System
Eligible users can access the booking system
Check-in and Check-out Procedures
- Eligible users tap their CityU smartcard against the access control system outside the room.
- When the booked sessions have expired, users are required to turn off the lights of the room, restore its original setting and close the door properly.
- It is important that users must close the door after use so that they are completely signed off. The principal user who makes the actual booking will be held liable for damage done to the room if it is unlocked after use.
Conduct of Users
- The Law Discussion Room is strictly for academic group work only.
- Do not eat or drink inside the Law Discussion Room.
- Do not cover the window screen on the door.
- The room should be kept clean and tidy all the time. Please dispose of any rubbish, old newspapers, used tissue papers, etc. properly.
- Noise must be kept to the lowest possible level.
- Do not leave any valuables in the room while temporarily away. The Library is not responsible for any loss of personal property.
- Do not lock in the room any library books that have not been borrowed or any in-house use materials (e.g. reference books, journals, newspapers, etc.). Library staff have the right to remove any library materials found in the room.
- Any damage / disorder of furniture or fixtures in the room should be reported to the Law Collection and Services Section at once (phone: 3442-8395, email: email@example.com). In case of misuse, users will be held responsible for the total cost incurred for repair or replacement.
- Users should not transfer the booking or usage to other university members or outsiders.
- Please remove all personal belongings from the Law Discussion Room after use. Library staff will remove any personal belongings left behind. No prior notice will be given.
- Please observe Library Regulations at all times.
Important Notes to Users
- The Library reserves the right to inspect the Law Discussion Room even if it is in use.
- The Library reserves the right to refuse lending the Law Discussion Room to any user who fails to observe the rules and regulations.
- The Library has the final say on how to allocate the Law Discussion Room should there be any disputes among/from the users.
Please contact Library's Law Collection and Services Section: