Document Type

Article

Publication Date

5-1-2008

Abstract

The University of New Mexico School of Law Library in Albuquerque recently undertook several major and minor remodeling projects. These included creating the Governor Bruce King Archives and Reading Room inside the law library, remodeling our 35-year-old reference and access services desk, creating a classroom within the law library, and replacing carpeting and furniture. Thanks to these updates, the law library went from appearing a little drab and run-down to looking like the colorful, vibrant hub of activity it really is. This article is also available at: http://www.aallnet.org/products/pub_sp0805/pub_sp0805_Impact.pdf. Additional remodeling photographs are available on pp. 9-11 at: http://www.aallnet.org/products/pub_sp0805/pub_sp0805_MoreArch.pdf.

Publication Title

Spectrum magazine (8th Annual Architectural Series)

First Page

20

Keywords

University of New Mexico School of Law Library, Remodeling

Comments

American Association of Law Libraries

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