The Williams Institute Reading Room contains the library’s collection of materials in sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy. The collection supports the research of the Williams Institute, a nationally recognized think tank housed at the UCLA School of Law.
The third floor of the law library is devoted to foreign and international legal materials. Here you will find primary and secondary sources for the laws of most countries (Latin American countries are located on Level 2), as well as the materials of international organizations such as the United Nations and the European Union.
The third floor has three conference rooms, including 3112Q (pictured), 3112S and 3112T (which has a TV for hooking up laptops to display the laptop screen).
Conference rooms can be reserved online by law students at my.law.ucla.edu/libraryrooms/ (login required).