The Law School does not charge outside groups for use of its rooms; however, it does charge for use of IT equipment and technical support by Law School personnel.
An outside group that connects to the Internet via the Law School's data ports, or uses any part of its equipment including projectors, screens, computers, speakers, microphones, or any other type of audio-visual equipment, will be charged the following fees for these services. Classroom internet access and equipment is available only as a package; a la carte rates are not available. Groups will be invoiced for IT fees shortly after an event and prompt payment is expected. In some cases, prepayment may be required. Payment may also be made via credit card.
Equipment should be requested at the time a room is reserved by use of the Special Events/Production Services Request Form. Please provide contact and billing information to Media Services at the time reservation is made.
Groups using law school space may not bring in IT equipment to use in lieu of law school equipment—unhooking law school equipment from ports to accommodate outside equipment increases risk of damage to law school connectors and ports, and greatly increases the likelihood of disruption of the teaching environment due to law school equipment not being properly reconnected.
|Classroom Event||Non-Profit Rate||For-Profit Rate*|
|Classroom, basic set up, ½ day (event concludes by 5 pm)||$50.00||$100.00|
|Classroom, basic set up, full day (event concludes by 5 pm)||$100.00||$200.00|
|Classroom, basic set up, evening
(added to above charges if event goes past 5 pm)
|Tech Support (optional)||$25/hr.||$50/hr.|
|Call for Quote|
|Other Services||Non-Profit Rate||For-Profit Rate|
|Additional copies: DVDs||$5 each||$10.00 each|
Report after-hours, non-emergency facilities problems to the staff in the Law Library. If staff are unavailable for any reason, report urgent facilities problems (e.g., leaking plumbing, power loss, etc.) to the UNM Police Department at 277-2241.
*While the Law School encourages debate of political issues, and the Law faculty may issue position papers or provide commentary on information related to political issues, use of Law School space by a political group under this room reservation policy should not be construed as an endorsement of any candidates for public office. Any political statements or endorsements made by individuals or organizations while using Law School space do not represent a political endorsement, or the position or the policy of the Law School, or the University of New Mexico. Any candidate for public office claiming an endorsement from the Law School of University of New Mexico by virtue of use of Law School space is doing so without permission.