The Harvard Law School Library staff welcome you to join them for open-house style
tours of the Law Library on the Tuesday afternoon of the AALL Annual Meeting,
July 13, 2004. We will be offering tours lasting forty-five minutes to an hour,
departing on the half-hour, from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. Designed for those unable to
make the official Harvard Law School Library tour, these relaxed tours will include
a viewing of both public and technical services work areas as well as an opportunity
for questions and answers. For those who remember Langdell Hall from before the
1997 renovation, and for those who have not seen it at all, the short trip to
Cambridge will be well worth your while. The spectacular Reading Room, nearly
two football fields in length and several stories high, is considered by many
to be the heart of the Law School.
There is no pre-registration necessary, but those wishing to attend should
plan their own transportation to and from Harvard. Luckily, Harvard University
is easily accessible by subway (also known as the T).