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Renovated Law Library Reading Room – Pics of the Week

To celebrate the opening of the renovated Law Library Reading Room (LLRR) we decided to provide some pictures of our new space.  First up is a view of the the new reference desk and patron area.

Panoramic view of the LLRR Entrance and Reference Desk / Photograph by Andrew Weber

Panoramic view of the LLRR Entrance and Reference Desk / Photograph by Andrew Weber

Next, our new entrance – please note we have a new room number, LM242.

LM242 Entrance to Law Library Reading Room / Photograph by Andrew Weber

LM242 Entrance to Law Library Reading Room / Photograph by Andrew Weber

The renovated space now has 13 computer terminals for public patrons.

LLRR patron terminals / Photograph by Andrew Weber

LLRR patron computer terminals / Photograph by Andrew Weber

We also wanted to take this opportunity to thank some of the behind-the-scenes staff who worked so hard to make sure our new space was ready to open.

First, the CALM staff who moved 35,000 volumes in seven days.

David Wright, Dennis Clark, Eduardo Perel, Rudolph Parker, Shah Pollydore, Dwayne Ouzts and Luqman Malik / Photograph by Andrew Weber

David Wright, Dennis Clark, Eduardo Perel, Rudolph Parker, Shah Pollydore, Dwayne Ouzts and LuQman Malik / Photograph by Andrew Weber

And our undying thanks goes to the Law Library Asset Management staff who labored without ceasing for three days to install the computers, the printers, the phones, the microfiche machines and the scanner.

Kevin Long, Trung Le, Latesha McCalip and George Wilkie / Photograph by Andrew Weber

Kevin Long, Trung Le, Latesha McCalip and George Wilkie / Photograph by Andrew Weber

We also want to include Patrick Ouellette and Charles Dove, director of Asset Management, in our thanks though they were not available for the photo session.

We hope to see you soon in our renovated space.

 

 

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