The Arthur W. Diamond Law Library, located in Jerome Greene Hall, holds over one million volumes, including books, serials, and microforms. 200+ computers or LAN jacks and several wireless nodes. There are excellent seating options, but a shortage of power outlets near the comfiest of them.
The Law School has its own IT department and its own network. Only law students can log into computer stations in the school or connect to the school's wireless network. Sucks for undergrads.
Only Law School students are allowed into the Reserve reading section, but undergrads can swipe into the library and find a seat either one floor above or below the main entrance during most of the year except exam time, when the entire library is open only to Law students.
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