General Rules of Law School Campus

Eating and Drinking

Students may have drinks in sealed, spill-proof containers in the library and in all classrooms except the Moot Courtroom. No food or beverages are permitted in the Moot Courtroom at any time. Students should avoid eating hot food or food with strong odors when in a classroom. Students should leave desks in the same condition as when they entered the classroom.

Audio and Video Recording Devices

For in-person courses, audio or video recording devices are strictly prohibited in all law school classrooms without the permission of the professor. Students with documented disabilities may be allowed to record classes upon recommendation of the Registrar.

For online courses, Live Sessions are recorded by the Professor and then made available to the students. Students are prohibited from sharing or distributing the Live Session recordings to anyone outside the Trinity Law School community. The use of other audio or video recording devices by a student is strictly prohibited in online courses without the permission of the professor.

Children on Campus

Children are not permitted in the Trinity Law Library or classrooms while classes are in session. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times while on campus.

Use of the Law School Address Prohibited

Students may not use the address or telephone number of Trinity Law School for personal business and communication. Mail received at the Trinity Law School addressed to or intended for a student will be returned to the sender.

Personal Use of Law School Facilities

Students are not permitted to use law school facilities or equipment for personal purposes, except equipment and facilities specifically designated for student use. This restriction applies to rooms, offices, computers, telephones, photocopiers, facsimile machines, and other locations and equipment. No law school property may be removed from the campus without express written permission of a school official.