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John J. Ross - William C. Blakely Law Library
Photographer: Timothy Hurshey
Courtesy of the College of Law

The first library of the College of Law opened in 1967 with 46,000 volumes, a significant contribution to the practice of law in the region for faculty, students and the community. In 1968, 60,000 volumes were moved to the library in Armstrong Hall. Today the library is located in a 1993 facility that houses collections of Anglo-American and international law books, periodicals and reference materials.

For more information about the John J. Ross - William C. Blakely Law Library, please visit: http://www.lawlib.asu.edu/

John J. Ross - William C. Blakely Law Library, 1994

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