The other day some German students were discussing how Bucerius really needs to build a "napping room," perhaps with an LCD screen that should easily show new nappers which beds were available. In case of high demand, they could also be put on a timing mechanism, kind of like the showers in train stations. (I used one once in Copenhagen: you get 30 minutes for your shower, and when the time's up, the door is going to open whether you're ready or not...)
One student then suggested that perhaps Clifford Chance could sponsor the "napping room." After all, other rooms in the school had been sponsored by leading law firms, like Linklaters and White and Case. But Clifford Chance does not (yet) have a room of its own, and the students thought this might provide the perfect sponsorship opportunity.
"Do you have napping rooms at your schools in the US?" the students asked me.
"Yeah, but we call them libraries."