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CARREL POLICY UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
 

Summary: CARREL POLICY
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
LAW LIBRARY
CARREL ELIGIBILITY/APPLICATION
Because of the limited number of library carrels available, assignment must be made on a
need basis and by application. Sharing of carrels is encouraged, but not required. Moot
Courts members, legal writing instructors and journal staff are assigned a number of carrels
based upon size of the organization. Exchange students and LL.M. students are assigned
carrels by application. Remaining carrels are assigned on a lottery basis. Students with an
office or other alternative study place provided by the Law School are not eligible for a
library carrel. Students with special needs who do not receive a carrel assignment should
see the Assistant Dean of Students or Access Services Librarian for carrel access. All
students interested in renting a study carrel should fill out a carrel application form
available on the Intranet at: 0Uhttps://inside.law.umn.edu/tools/carrel.htmlH
JOURNAL AND MOOT COURT ASSIGNMENTS
Journal editors and moot court directors must provide a list of students within their
organization who should receive carrel assignments at least one week prior the start of
classes or upon request of the Access Services Librarian. If you are assigned to a carrel
through your journal or moot court affiliation, the key will be available by the first day of
fall semester classes. You must pick up your key by the end of the first week of classes or

  

Source: Amin, S. Massoud - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota

 

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