How To – Berkeley Law Room System

A Brief Tutorial

Summer 2020 Berkeley Law upgraded it’s room request system. Here is an overview of how to make it work for you.

This tutorial assumes you have established your room account. If you are encountering issues not discussed here, or need assistance with your account, please contact Room Planning

A few reminders before we start:

  • The Law School’s facilities, including the classrooms, event and auditorium space, and indoor and outdoor tabling and reception space, are reserved exclusively for use by the Law School. 
  • During the designated Review Sessions/Reading Period, only law school meetings that are exclusively for faculty and/or staff may be scheduled in law school space.  Meetings, events, etc. that include students or other members of the law school community are not permitted.
  • During the Final Examinations Period no events can be scheduled in the Law School,  except those related to the administration of exams.  The only exception to this is that faculty meetings may occur in the Warren Room, so long as they are not disruptive of the administration of exams.
  • 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. For details see UCPD Rules of Conduct In Campus Buildings.
  • 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.

Follow this link:

to log in to the room system, then follow these steps:


Steps in requesting a room