Spring 2017 Newsletter
From the Director
As we approach the end of another academic year, I want to update you on library activities. The most significant project we are undertaking this year is the reintegration of the law library’s staff and collections into the Williams building. This will enable our users to access in a single location all of the research resources they need, while also giving the law center the ability to adjust its overall space usage in a way that should be more effective for users. The Wolff Library will be renamed the John Wolff International and Comparative Law Library and Student Services Suite (or something similar), to provide students with a 24/7 study space, a virtual portal to our international and comparative law resources (as well as other electronic resources), and access to common student services (e.g., registrar) in one convenient location. Construction will begin this summer, and we will provide pictures and an update in the fall.
In this edition of the newsletter, we highlight Legal Eats (a self-service café that we launched in the Williams Library), an app that allows you to search libraries and other book providers (e.g., Amazon) simultaneously, and our legal poetry collection.
We thank you for your continued support and hope that you have a chance to drop by the library in the year to come!