AALL Spectrum May 2009 Issue on Law Library Architecture
AALL Spectrum is the monthly magazine of the American Association of Law Libraries.
From the presentation article:
"This edition highlights the need to innovate to be green, to stretch budget dollars, and to make the best use of space: a law school, Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law, and a law firm, O’Melveny & Myers San Francisco, both aim for LEED certification; a new decentralized library at Bose McKinney & Evans emphasizes green; a complex logistical remodel at Regent University; and a remodel from physical to largely virtual at Sutherland in Washington, D.C."
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