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What’s on the Third Floor of the Library?

The third floor of the Legal Information Center is the smallest and quietest floor. Here are things that can be found there:

  • Books classified in Library of Congress call numbers A through KE, including philosophy, history, economics, sociology, political science, and international law.
  • The Historical Collection of case reporters and digests, including the early series of the National Reporter System, some in fragile condition.
  • The Marshall Dennehey Room, or MD Room, used for seminar classes, meetings, and occasional social gatherings.
  • Eight group study rooms of various sizes, from a two-person room to a conference room for 10 or 12. Room #8 may be reserved by signing up at the Circulation Desk and retrieving the key. Groups of students always take precedence over individuals for use of these rooms.
  • The Video Room, containing DVDs and VHS tapes on legal topics, plus a small TV for viewing. Headphones are available from the Circulation Desk. A computer in this room has a scanner attached.
  • Restrooms, tables and carrels near the windows, and groupings of sofas and chairs. Dictionaries, a paper cutter, and a copy machine that does not use allocation accounts.

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