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The Library at the Lincoln Center Campus was designed with "comfortable, if not luxurious appointments identified with modern furnishings, and soft but brilliant overhead lighting." With room for 225,000 volumes, microfilm and microcard readers, the law library ensured vital access a modern research facility. Since 1961, the Library Reading Room went through several renovations to accommodate increased enrollment and technology.
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