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What’s on the First Floor of the Library?

The first floor of the Legal Information Center can be entered from the first floor level of the Law Building as well as from the stairwells on either side of the Library itself.

  • There are 24 computers on the lower level of this floor and six in the adjacent Computer Assisted Legal Research (CALR) Lab.
  • A Help Desk staffed by students is by the door.
  • There are two copy machines that also function as printers plus a computer connected to a scanner.
  • The CALR Lab contains two Westlaw printers and two Lexis/Nexis printers, where print jobs sent by students are printed out. Student representatives then file the printouts for students to pick up.
  • Near the Help Desk is a door to Media Services, where Reza Amin can re-set ID card numbers when problems occur.
  • There are bookshelves next to the ramp to the upper level of this floor that contain duplicate copies of Atlantic Digests and Atlantic Reporters plus the American Digest, containing case summaries from 1658 to 1896, and the Decennial Digests containing case summaries from 1897 to 1991.
  • On the upper level there are study carrels along the walls and tables in the middle of the room. Microform cabinets, a microform reader/printer/scanner, sets of print indexes, treatises in call numbers L to Z (including education, literature, science, and health), and print journals in compact rolling shelving are all housed in this area.

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