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500 E. San Antonio
Suite 1202
El Paso, Texas 79901
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Monday - Friday
8:00 am to 5:30 pm

Phone (915) 546-2245
Fax (915) 546-2250
eplawlibrary@epcounty.com

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The Law Library has 3 Conference/ Training rooms available during normal operating hours to facilitate trainings, department meetings, hearings, mediations and conferences. Usage may be scheduled with the Library staff. All rooms have access to wi-fi @ “EPC-Public”

  1. 13th Floor (small) Sombras Del Pasado Room
    1 elevator accesses 13th floor of courthouse, entrance/exit of library from elevator bay requires staff assistance – Stairs in library
    No telephone
    Small work table
    Seats 4 at table, maximum 6 seats in room
  2. 13th Floor (large) – The Phoenix
    1 elevator accesses 13th floor of courthouse, entrance/exit of library from elevator bay requires staff assistance – Stairs in library
    No telephone
    46” wall mounted monitor
    1 large conference table
    Seats 6 – 8 at table, possibly 2 more in room
  3. Archive/Training Room
    12th floor, enter through main library
    Re-positionable seminar tables, can be set-up in multiple configurations
    Seats 25 in classroom setting, 5 more in room
    65” mounted flat screen T.V., lap-top provided, DVD, VCR available
  • All rooms available by reservation, first come, first served.
  • Reserve either in person, telephone (915)546-2245, or e-mail – eplawlibrary@epcounty.com
  • Advance notification of cancellation is appreciated. No-shows will be monitored. Consistent / abuse of no-show may result in no further guaranteed reservations.
  • Due to the dual-purpose of the Training/Archive Room, it will be utilized only under the following conditions –
    1. All other conference rooms unavailable, or
    2. Media equipment required, or
    3. Space accommodation - groups larger than 8 persons, or
    4. Prior approval of law librarian or assistant law librarian.
  • Vacant rooms may be utilized, but reservations will take priority. Check with staff for availability.
  • Access to the meeting rooms is a privilege. Library staff may deny access.
  • A calendar identifying room, user, date and time reserved will be maintained by the library staff. This calendar is not web-based in order to protect privacy and confidentiality.
  • A google calendar is simultaneously maintained on the Law Library’s web page. You may check availability in advance of calling/emailing. In a case of conflict, the Staff calendar is the primary schedule. Personal, identifiable information will not be included on the web-based calendar.

Law Library Rooms


STUDY ROOMS

Four individual study rooms are in the confines of the 13th floor computer room. One room has a typewriter. These rooms may also be reserved or used on a first come, first served basis. Reservations will take priority. Maximum 2 persons per room.