A few months ago, the SBA told library representatives that students often encountered issues with the older copiers on the ground floor. Good news: the library now has a new copier that replaces the older equipment in the alcove near the reference desk.
The new copier copies, scans, prints, and you can readily email your scanned documents or save them to your USB device. Unlike its departed brethren, large stacks of paper will not derail it so copy and scan away! Thank you to the SBA for bringing this issue to our attention. Thanks also to Yves and Sunil, the library computer staff, who worked hard over the weekend to ensure everything is working properly.
By the way, we were thinking of naming the new copier. Any suggestions? For now, we’re calling it the anti-Bob Marley, since it’s not jamming.
Library renovations have begun. To the left is a photo of the old Law Review Room. Once the renovations are finished in mid-August this room will contain offices for four reference librarians, and tables, chairs and soft seating for students. The room will have a mid-century decor.
This is the old Lexis lab on the second mezzanine looking into study room 206M. Both rooms were demolished this week to make space for the offices of the four BLS Journals which will occupy space on both the second floor and the second mezzanine.
While there is no longer printing on the 2nd mezzanine, release stations and printers are available on the second floor opposite the library elevator. A Lexis printer and the Bloomberg terminal have been relocated to the cellar.
We’ll keep you posted as renovations progress. In the meantime, enjoy your summer!
Recently, a third computer station was added to the first floor of the Library. The computer is located across the room from the reference desk, alongside two other computers. Students should use this computer to send print jobs to the first floor printer release station. We ask that students be considerate of their peers and not use the computer for email or web browsing when another student is waiting to send a print job to the release station.
Thanksgiving Week means many things but it also means that Brooklyn Law School Finance Office will only be open Monday – Wednesday (11/21 – 11/24). Students needing to add money to their printing/copying accounts need to get to the Finance Office before 4PM on Wednesday.
From 4PM on Wednesday (11/24) until 9AM on Monday (11/30) , students will be need to:
• Go to the Library Reference Desk
• Limit their daily adds to $5.00, cash only.