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New Law Library at the University of Limerick

University of Limerick School of LawPhoto: Oisin McHugh True Media
University of Limerick School of Law library. Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media

The University of Limerick recently unveiled the dynamic and inspiring new Glucksman Library, designed to transform the Library and the University for scholarship in a digital age.

The dynamic new library, which was overseen by Director Dr Gobnait O’Riordan, has been dramatically reimagined and extended with a sequence of interlinked, handsome, well-lit and beautifully proportioned spaces, each with a distinctive character, allowing for mood change and multiple uses, from the quiet traditional study space to much more vibrant and technology infused group spaces.

University of Limerick School of LawPhoto: Oisin McHugh True Media
University of Limerick School of Law appellate court. Photo: Oisin McHugh True Media

Repurposing the current library and adding an extra 7,600 sq. metres the new Library has an additional 1,200 study places in a variety of learning styles that brings the total number of library study spaces to 2,100.

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Included in the refurbishment is the new law library, at 1.500sqm, with 220 study places, 4 group study rooms for 4 persons, 1 group study for 8 persons, 1 meeting room for 12 persons, an appellate court with 48 seats, and a Judges Chambers  for 6 persons.

 

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