Lauren Seney (r), circulation and reserve assistant supervisor, helps a student at the circulation desk of the College’s new Wolf Law Library.
The new library includes a rare book room, which features some of the most important legal literature from the last 500 years, as well as the Marshall-Wythe Mace (front, center).
Jim Heller, director of the Wolf Law Library, stands near the chess corner tucked among the shelves. There are 56,575 linear feet of shelving in the new facility.
Law student Eric Bergeron relaxes in one of the new seats in the law library. A skylight and large windows bathe nearly each of the library's 568 seats in natural light.
A student's books and survival supplies have accumulated on top of one of the new carrels in the library. The new facility has 162 general carrel seats.
A student climbs the central staircase in the new building. The facility consists of three floors and totals 56,475 net square feet, a 40-percent increase in size from the old library.
Law students Josh Whitley and Jennie Cordis take advantage of the design features in the new building to spend quality study-time together .