Answered By: Kate Britt
Last Updated: Oct 23, 2018     Views: 21

Many of the rooms in the Law School, including in Hutchins, Legal Research, and South Hall, have both an honorary name and a room number. This page matches the room numbers and names for easy reference. Some of this information is also available on the U-M Campus Info page about Hutchins Hall.

Some rooms in the Law School are available for students to reserve as Group Study Rooms (GSRs).

Each room number includes an abbreviation denoting the building in which it is located:

  • HH = Hutchins Hall
  • B = Lower Commons (in Hutchins)
  • SH = South Hall
  • LR = Legal Research (above, below, or off of Reading Room)
  • LL = Law Library (underground)
  • S = on a Sub floor (Law Library)
Room Number Room Name Additional Notes
B60HH Lower Commons LoCo
B60HH The Skadden Study Fishbowl
B60HH Dinsmore & Shohl Room  
100HH The Jason L. Honigman Auditorium Hutchins 100
116HH The Weil Gotshal Room  
118HH The Herbert M. Kohn & Thomas W. Van Dyke Room  
120HH The Squire, Sanders and Dempsey Room  
132HH The Vernum, Riddering, Schmidt & Howlett Room  
138HH Tauber Family Classroom  
160HH Robert B. Aikens Commons Upper Commons, UpCo
200HH International Center Research Scholar and SJD offices
218HH N/A  
220HH The Foley & Lardner Room  
232HH The William J. and Lois J. Halliday Moot Courtroom Moot Court Practice Room
234HH The Faegre Baker Daniel Jury Room Jury Room
236HH The Robert and Ann Aikens Room  
242HH The Justice Frank Murphy Room Conference Room
250HH The Dykema Gossett Room  
424HH The Baker & Hostetler Room Seminar Room (Hutchins)
300LR Reading Room  
S106LL Seminar Room (Library) S-1 of Underground Library, between elevator and Entrance Gate
S236LL Computer Aided Legal Research CALR Room
S330LL Lounge occupied office

 

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