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Libraries

Lasok Law Library

 

The Lasok Law Library is based within the Forum Library on level -1.

The physical law collections are enhanced by extensive electronic legal resources which are invaluable aids to the study and research of law.

Visit the Law libguide to help you make the most of the library and information resources and services. 

Finding your way around the Law Library

Forum Library Opening Hours & Access

Current students, staff and associates

Forum Library remains open 24/7 (Including Bank Holidays)

Visitors

Library access is recommended for visitors during library during staffed hours:

 9am - 6pm Mon-Fri

10am - 6pm Weekends

 

Doors open:

8am - 8pm Mon-Fri

10am - 6pm Weekends

 

 

 

 

Monday - Friday

 

Open: 24/7

Staffed Hours: 9am - 6pm

Swipe access after 8pm

 

Saturday - Sunday

Open: 24/7

Staffed Hours: 10am - 6pm

Swipe access after 6pm

Open for self-service study space bookings and borrowing/returning.

You must bring your Unicard for ID and borrowing

For live help, please get in touch through chat 

or email library@exeter.ac.uk

Please wear a face covering, wipe down your desk before use and clean it again before you leave.  

Today's opening hours:

 

Photo Tour: Forum Library

This is the Forum Library entrance on Level 0,

walk through the gates to enter

Use swipe card access when the

doors are closed overnight

Ask for assistance at the

Library Enquiry point in the foyer

Borrow books on our self-issue

machines in the foyer

Return books using our self service machine or post through our drop box

There are study seats, food and drink machines and book displays in the foyer area

Use the floorplan in the foyer to find where your books or study spaces are located

The books are arranged by the Dewey classification numbering system

(except for the Law library) 

Each stairwell has a floorplan

Level 0 study spaces, toilets, printers and bookshelves

Take the lift to other floors

Stairwell floorplan for level -1

Level -1 study spaces, printers and book shelves

AccessAbility registered students can book rooms on all three floors of the Forum library

Level -1 corridor to Law library and MakerSpace

Forum Digital MakerSpace

Level -1 Quiet study

Law library and journals 

are also on Level -1

Law library study spaces

Law books are arranged using the Moys classification numbering system

You can relax and take a break in the Seal Courtyard on Level -1

Laura Piper room has bookable booths and desks for group work

DVDs are held in these rolling stacks on Level -1

Journals are also held in the rolling stacks on level -1

Level -1 door to Quiet study and bookable rooms A,B,C

You can book Group study rooms A,B,C on level -1

Level -1 DVD, video and microfilm viewing stations

Stairwell floorplan level +1

Level +1 study spaces, toilets, printers and bookshelves

Level +1 Borrowing kiosk

Level +1 Quiet study area

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