Week, I had a chance to review a 2014
study which provided at least of one perspective on “Why Libraries Still
|The Green Wall|
When Squire Sanders relocated from Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC, to new offices on 19th St NW, they left behind a traditional wood paneled law firm motif and moved to a decidedly and perhaps radically modern “green” space.
The new offices received a Platinum LEED rating. It features conference tables made of concrete, glass and stone;
|Crowded Collaboration c.c.|
In a recent Bloomberg interview, I speculated that in the future, law libraries may look like Apple Stores. My point was that while we may replace law books with desktop virtual libraries, the need for spaces for research consultation, collaboration and “just in time learning” will continue. As I mentioned in an earlier post on strategic