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Public Relations: Architecture, Logos, and Brands—Oh My!
What's a library to do?
By Kathy Fletcher

Spectrum's 13th Annual Architecture Series
Read about two new buildings and four remodels/renovations from two public law libraries, one law firm, and three academic libraries
By Mark E. Estes

A Monument Gets a Makeover
Tackling the challenges of an urban renovation at the San Diego County Public Law Library
By John W. Adkins

Modern Spaces, Changing Light
Perkins Coie gets a unique and colorful makeover
By Amy Eaton

Building with Vision
The birth of Concordia University School of Law and George R. White Law Library
By Phillip Gragg

Blending Tradition and Technology
The University of Missouri-Kansas City Leon E. Bloch Law Library has completed its first phase of renovations
By Paul D. Callister and Michael J. Robak

Going Green and Repurposing Space
The University of Baltimore debuts its new law center, slated to receive LEED Platinum certification
By Clement Chu-Sing Lau and Mary Elizabeth Murtha

A Symbol of the Rule of Law
The Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center consolidates the Judicial Department into a single iconic building
By Dan Cordova

Venturing Beyond Seattle
Traveling outside the Annual Meeting's host city
By Anna L. Endter

Will Google Books Library Project End Copyright?
Millions of magazines hidden in Google Books Library Project endanger U.S. copyright
By Barbara Kevles

Promoting Access to Justice with Your Local Public Library
Collaborating with the public library system on legal resource programs for public librarians
By Joseph D. Lawson

Empowering the Next Generation of Law Firm Librarians
Projecting our value to law firm management
By Scott D. Bailey and Emily R. Florio

Finding an Elegant Solution to a Failed Wiki
Surveying versus scanning
By Sally Wambold

From the Editor
Paying Attention: Design, Communication, Education
By Mark E. Estes

From the President
Rethinking Along the Strategic Continuum
By Jean M. Wenger

From the Treasurer
A Look at AALL's 2012 Fiscal Year
By Susan J. Lewis

Washington Brief
Congratulations to the 2013 Recipients of the PAGI and Oakley Advocacy Awards!
By Emily Feltren

The Reference Desk
In the evenings and on weekends, students study at my desk, eat there, and adjust the height of my chair to suit themselves. I realize that I have little control over that, but I wish that they would clean up after themselves and leave my stuff alone. I don't know how to address this. Is it too much to expect that my space be left alone?
By Susan Catterall

The Sustainable Law Librarian
"I'm Investing in What?"
By David Selden

Member to Member
What is your favorite library building, space, or area?

Views from You
Views of participants beginning to arrive at the 31st Annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, hosted by The University of Oregon Law School in Eugene

The CRIV Sheet
Volume 35, No. 3

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