As you're studying for exams, don't forget that some professors have chosen to make sample exams from past years available online. You can find them through the Law Library website here or by choosing Exam File from the drop-down Quicklinks box on the top left of every library web page. You will need to enter your UMB ID and password for access to the file. Exams are listed by the professor's name as well as by course name.
Group study rooms are available in the Law Library for use by law students. Study rooms may not be used for taking an exam; however, you make take your exam at a library carrel. Please use the online Room Reservation System to book a study space. A minimum of two names (first and last names) with umaryland e-mail addresses must be given for each reservation request.
Other graduate centers are also in the midst of exams. Please check the individual library sites for updates on hours and study space availability. The Health Sciences and Human Services Library will post changes here. During Hopkin’s final exam period, the Eisenhower Library and Brody Learning Commons will be open to visitors from 7:30am – 4pm, December 7 – December 19. At all other times, a valid Johns Hopkins University ID will be required for entrance.
And finally, all students who plan to take an electronic final exam must register and download the latest version of Exam4, the School of Law's electronic exam software, every testing period. It is strongly recommended that you download the exam software no later than a week before your first exam. This will give you time to determine if you have a problem with your laptop or with the program that you need to resolve. Students who encounter difficulties using the Exam4 software during the exam period should expect to handwrite exams. For more information, please consult the Office of Technology’s page on electronic exams.