UL Glucksman Library includes a Law Library and Appellate Moot Courtroom
The new UL Glucksman Library has added an extra 7,600 sq. metres to the original library building. It now includes a range of world class innovations in book storage and retrieval, digital research, accessibility and ‘inspirational learning spaces’. The library will now provide 2,200 study spaces and a range of specialist zones to meet the changing needs of UL students and researchers. One stand out feature is the ARC (Automated Reserve Collection) - a 10 meter high book vault and robotic crane, with the capacity to store 500,000 volumes.
The new building will feature a Law Library and Appellate Court. There are discrete spaces for postgraduate and faculty study, group study and exhibition spaces. The project was led by UL’s Director of Library and Information Services, Dr Gobnait O'Riordan.