Non-class related use of rooms for events
Berkeley Law facilities that are not scheduled for use by classes or class-related activities may be available, by reservation, for meetings and other events. Only individuals or groups deemed by the Law School to be consistent with its research and educational mission may rent or use Berkeley Law facilities. Facilities must be used in accordance with all federal, state, and local laws, including ADA regulations, as well as in accordance with University policies and procedures. Please see UCPD document Rules of Conduct In Campus Buildings for details. The Law School reserves the right to move events from a requested room or cancel events if they become in conflict with the Law School’s priorities.
Please be aware: during Berkeley Law’s review sessions and exam periods no events, including any tours, can be scheduled in any of the Law School’s facilities and only Berkeley Law students are allowed to use the Law Library.
Room Request News Box
Current Room Request System Address:
Students, faculty and staff of Berkeley Law may request an account on the Berkeley Law room request system. Non-Berkeley Law persons cannot have accounts but can browse calendar information and links.
The system is located at the following address: http://ems.law.berkeley.edu/VirtualEMS
Fall Semester 2018
The room system will open for Approved-Conditional reservations on Monday July 2, 2018
Requesting Rooms and Room Accounts, if you are:
Berkeley Law Student Body — Study/Conference Room Reservations via the Web
Berkeley Law Student Organizations and Journals — Class Room Requests via the Web
Please see the Student Term of Use section and the Request Basics for Student Orgs and Journals section
Berkeley Law Staff, Centers and Faculty — Room Requests via the Web
All Others — on or off Campus
Make your request as far in advance of you event as possible
Room Planning will make every effort to approve your request as quickly as possible, but is also tasked with other responsibilities. Facilities (room set up) and Media (AV equipment) both require a minimum of three (3) days advance notice AFTER your request has been confirmed. Requests for rooms on a weekend day MUST be placed at least two weeks in advance as the weekend room opening MUST be arranged with other Campus units and the request must be processed by them. Please plan accordingly.
Alternative Event Spaces
Due to the full class schedule at the Law School space is very limited. Should you not be able to procure a room at the Law School, we have compiled a list of other spaces available for rent on and off campus for your consideration. Note: this is for information only and does not endorse any individual facility. If you wish to schedule an event at one of these facilities contact that facility directly for rates and details, Room Planning does not schedule events outside of the Law School. Click: Go to this PDF document
For inquiries into room availability, pricing, usage or general questions, send email to email@example.com
Or if you prefer Mail:
Room Planning, EMS Administrator
Berkeley Law, Room 312
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720