During this Summer, Law Library staff was busy shifting our print collection to make more space for our new acquisitions. Some major changes in locations of the print materials include:
- Canadian Abridgement moved to the 3rd floor
- Collection Thèses Françaises is now in the basement
- Air & Space Documents collection moved to the 5th floor
- KJV call numbers are now on the 3rd floor
To find an exact location of an item in the library, you can click on the “Map” link in the Classic Catalogue
It happened again… You lost your AZIMUT password, and you need to find some Quebec cases 🙁
The only way to recover your AZIMUT username and password is to write an e-mail to our staff member who is a designated contact person for SOQUIJ, Ramon Lasso firstname.lastname@example.org, asking him to recover your login credentials. Do not forget to include your McGill ID number and your full name in the e-mail.
Law Library will be open on Sunday, September the 2nd, noon to 8 p.m. On Monday, September the 3rd, Labour Day, the Law Library is closed. You can find more information about our hours here.
We are happy to announce that this year, we will be able to offer again 24 hours access to the Law Library, Monday to Thursday, starting September the 4th. You can find more information about our hours here.
Remember! Monday, September the 3rd is the Labour Day and the Law Library is closed.
If you have ever struggled with the heavy doors of the Law Library, you will be glad to hear that yesterday, we had a crew of workers who fixed the mechanism that opens the doors.
When you will be back from your vacation, take a look at the Peel-street-side corner of the ground floor. By that time, we will have a new picture hanging there. It is a work of Robert Natkin, abstract painter whose art is associated with abstract expressionism, color field painting, and lyrical abstraction. To know more about this artist you can read his obituary published in the New York Times.