Photograph: Eagle on northwest side of Washburn Law building.

Until further notice, Washburn Law is unable
to take room reservation requests from outside organizations.
We are sorry for any inconvenience.

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Fall 2020 / Spring 2021 Special Guidelines
  • Class break for lunch will be 12:25-1:25 p.m.
  • No tabling will be allowed.
  • Student organization meetings may still be scheduled at the law school, as long as the number of students does not exceed the new Covid maximum capacity of the room (posted outside every room) and students continue to wear masks and maintain the 6’ distance requirement. Meeting space will be more limited due to the new space demands for classes
  • NO outside speakers may be invited to the law building. In the event that a rare exception is made because of unexpected circumstances, this will only be through the approval of Dean Leisinger. Otherwise, all meetings and events with outside speakers are encouraged to be conducted through Zoom.

Submit this form to request a room reservation for meetings/presentations.

  • Check calendar to see if the room is available.
  • If you intend to have the event co-sponsored by a Center, visit in advance with Director Dean Leisinger.
  • Provide as much information as possible about the event; include any equipment needs.
    • For recurring events, list additional dates/times in the 'Special Requests' box.
  • Please spell out all words - do not use abbreviations.
  • The Faculty Reading Room, the Robing Room, and the Kansas Room are typically not available for student-sponsored events or meetings.
  • Rooms 321 and 327 are not available for student-sponsored events or meetings from 8:00-5:00, Monday-Friday.
  • Law students may reserve the courtroom, when available, to practice oral arguments, but no food or drink is allowed.
  • Restriction on invitations to outside speakers running for office: The university requires that the University President's Office be notified before any invitation is extended to a person who is running for office. This helps ensure that everyone understands that the candidate for office cannot turn a university speaking invitation into a campaigning opportunity. Please discuss with Dean Leisinger before making any plans in this area.
  • Learn how to reserve a library study room.
  • Requests will normally be reviewed within one business day and an appropriate room will be assigned.
  • If several events are scheduled at the same time, Donna Vilander, scheduling coordinator, may contact you. See the Scheduling Policy.
  • Speakers should complete and sign the Photo Release Form (129 KB PDF)

Information from the "event details" section will be used to publicize the event.


Contact Donna Vilander, Room 331 or (785) 670-1105.